Spider-Man' Reboot Update: Directors Who Might Be Considered To Helm The Film Revealed

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IN PHOTO: The Spiderman float makes its way down 6th Ave during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York November 27, 2014.
IN PHOTO: The Spiderman float makes its way down 6th Ave during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York November 27, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

After the Sony-Marvel deal, there is much anticipation about the “Spider-Man” reboot. A recent report has revealed that there are a few directors who are being considered to direct the film.

According to Deadline’s Mike Fleming Jr., Jonathan Levine of “50/50” and “Warm Bodies,” Ted Melfi of “St. Vincent," Jason Moore of "Pitch Perfect" and John Francis Daley & Jonathan M. Goldstein of “Audio Tour” and “Vacation” are in the mix. It should be known that another director apart from these can also be considered to helm the project as nothing has been finalised yet.

However, before finalising the writer and director of the film, Marvel might reportedly finalise the actor who will play Peter Parker as he is expected to show up in another Marvel film, “Captain America: Civil War,” apart from a standalone “Spider-Man” film, reported the website.

According to Screen Rant, the actors who are being considered for the role of Spider-Man include Asa Butterfield and Tom Holland. The confirmation of the actor to play the role has yet to be made. Furthermore, Deadline has also reported that the Spider-Man standalone film might have three to four sequels, and each sequel will tell the story of Peter Parker from his high school years. Moreover, it has also been rumoured that Peter Parker would have been already bitten by the radioactive spider in the film.

Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige will produce the film. Moreover, as reported, Spider-Man will be seen in “Captain America: Civil War,” which will show the formation of two groups headed by Iron Man and Captain America, respectively. The film has been set after the events of “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and will star all Avengers.

"Captain America: Civil War" will be directed by Russo brothers, Anthony Russo and Joe Russo, and will be produced by Kevin Feige. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely will write the screenplay of the film. The shooting of “Captain America: Civil War” has already begun and the principal photography of the film will take place at Pinewood Atlanta Studios in Fayette County, Georgia.

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