Sam Raimi, who directed Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, has officially made his remarkable return to the Marvel film universe. However, if the director end up continuing to work in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Doctor Strange 2, he said, it will not be alongside Tom Holland in Spider-Man 4.
As Raimi and Tobey Maguire leap-started Spider-future movies with the first trilogy that included Maguire, it appears to be a no-brainer that when Tom Holland''s Spider-Man 4 gets made, Kevin Feige might tap Raimi to direct the project. Although, the director of The Evil Dead already has quite a bit of experience in filming, it seems that the fact that he worked on the original trilogy is why he will not reprise the film.
Raimi said in a book that he would perform with Holland whenever Spider-Man 4 is released, and that the conversation ultimately took a turn toward Spidey. When asked if he would perform with Holland, he was clear that it had nothing to do with disrespecting him as an actor. Instead, Raimi said, instead, she would work with anyone who is not familiar with him.
Maguire''s jokes that if he ever worked with Holland on another Spider-Man film, he would break his neck. Despite Raimi''s promise of only working with Maguire on their Spider-Man 4, it still doesn''t appear that it will happen in the MCU. Even if Maguire''s Spidey was successful, the filmmaker said no one has contact him about rebuilding the narrative.
While Raimi appears to be confident that he will not be doing any other Spider-Man movies with anyone else beyond Maguire, there are a wide variety of people who want to see the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness collaborate with Holland. That includes others who have worked in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, according to Moon Knight producer Grant Curtis. Curtis said he would like to see what Raimi and Holland could do together if they were selected to do Spider-Man 4. It''s possible that voices on the
Doctor Strange 2 in the Multiverse of Madness is now playing in cinemas.