Sony to Make Two More ‘Spider-Man’ Sequels



Sony has announced that they will produce and release two more sequels to “The Amazing Spider-Man.” The studio is already producing “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” which will open in theaters May 2 of next year. The third “Spider-Man” film will open June 10, 2016 while the fourth will open May 4, 2018.

We sure hope Andrew Garfield didn’t have too many movie roles planned for the next five years or so, because Sony wants to keep him in the ‘Spidey’ suit for a while yet. Displaying the typical confidence of big studios in keeping their franchises swinging even though the second isn’t finished and the reaction to the first wasn’t quite as positive as all involved likely hoped, nothing is stopping the superhero momentum. “Spider-Man is our most important, most successful, and most beloved franchise, so we’re thrilled that we are in a position to lock in these prime release dates over the next five years,” said Sony marketing boss Jeff Blake in a statement


  1. D movie is very ok oo. Bur deres one little tin dat happened at d end of d movie dat I don’t understand. How come tavia’s girlfrend was already lookn all tush evn before he won d competition, where did she get money from? * confused face*

    • Playing the Director’s advocate here, the competition probably lasted a while. Not just one or two days. Money must have been made, friendships (in high places) must have been created, Tavia himself was in a suit, needless to say, it would have flowed to Kelechi.

      So yeah, her “looking all fresh” is sorta justifiable.

  2. Nice one from Dimeji Ajibola. It’s a giant stride coming from Nollywood. Its good to know that you encourage freshness and fresh breathe in Nollywood. I’ve seen the movie and I’ll say a big kudos to the cast and crew.
    You just wait till you see ‘BEYOND THE SCORELINE’ Its Fresh, it’s hot, it’s daring.

  3. I’m quite surprised that TBH didn’t partake in this review seeing as he’s mostly watching Africa Magic but then again I’m sure this was seen in a cinema, so he’ll be like 2 years late…LOL

    I kid..

    I honestly didn’t read the review cos it’s a Nigerian movie. I’ll see you guys at the Skyfall review.

  4. I agree with you guys a bit sha ooo… But i’d rather go with last flight, if we were to vote by CGI Vs. Singing! I love musicals&was disgusted at their musical performances! To think that they were music stars was insulting! Seeing Bimbo again was refreshing! I almost cried(not because of her acting, no way!) but for the fact that the movie made me realise i had missed her so much&i began to wonder what she has been doing with her life. Is she married yet? Does she have kids?