19 Facts About Spider-Man 3


Spider-Man 3 is a 2007 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character Spider-Man.

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Development of Spider-Man 3 began immediately after the successful release of Spider-Man 2 for a 2007 release.

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Unlike the previous installments, Spider-Man 3 received generally mixed reviews from critics, who praised the action sequences and visual effects, but were polarized over the plot and pacing, while criticized the film's number of villains and runtime.

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Spider-Man 3 considers himself a hero and a sinless person versus these villains that he nabs.

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In March 2004, with Spider-Man 2 being released the coming June, Sony announced that Spider-Man 3 was already in development for a release in summer 2007.

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Brock's actions as a journalist in Spider-Man 3 represent contemporary themes of paparazzi and tabloid journalism.

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John Dykstra, who won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects for his work on Spider-Man 3 2, declined to work on the third film as visual effects supervisor.

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Whereas the symbiote suit worn in the comics by Spider-Man 3 was a plain black affair with a large white spider on the front and back, the design was changed for the film to become a black version of Spider-Man 3's traditional costume, complete with webbing motif.

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Spider-Man 3: Editor's Cut was later re-released with the Spider-Man Legacy Collection 4K Blu-ray Box Set.

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Spider-Man 3 had the third-highest opening of any film in Austria, after The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.

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Spider-Man 3 set opening-weekend records in 29 markets including Italy, China, South Korea, India, Singapore, Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Peru.

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Spider-Man 3 would hold that record until Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince took it in 2009.

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Spider-Man 3 was in first place at the box office outside North America for three consecutive weekends.

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Spider-Man 3's opinion is echoed by Houston Chronicles Amy Biancolli who complained that "the script is busy with so many supporting characters and plot detours that the series' charming idiosyncrasy is sometimes lost in the noise".

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Spider-Man 3 did not win any of the four Visual Effects Society Awards nominations it received.

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Spider-Man 3's received another nomination for Favorite Movie Actress from the 2008 Kids' Choice Awards ceremony.

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In 2007, Spider-Man 3 4 entered development, with Raimi attached to direct and Maguire, Dunst and other cast members set to reprise their roles.

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Sony Pictures announced in January 2010 that plans for Spider-Man 3 4 had been canceled due to Raimi's withdrawal from the project.

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Raimi later expressed interest in doing so in April 2022, noting that another sequel to his Spider-Man 3 trilogy was possible after the introduction of the Multiverse in Spider-Man 3: No Way Home and his MCU film Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness .

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