Sam Raimi Spills Some "Spider-Man 3" Beans

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The world has to wait for May to see what's up with good ol' "Spider-Man," but based on the guy's most recent theatrical trailer, the web-head looks to be knee-deep in trouble. Director Sam Raimi recently had a chat with Premiere Magazine and shared some insights that the fans should find pretty enticing.

From Premiere.com: "Director Sam Raimi on why Spidey will finally face off against Venom: "[Avi Arad, the former chairman and CEO of Marvel Studios] said the fans want to see Venom. I come from a different generation. I read the comic books in the '70s, where it was Green Goblin, Sandman, Electro, Mysterio, the Vulture. It was not until the late '80s that Venom came about. But Avi said, 'I'm telling you, they're waiting for him. Don't be selfish. Spider-Man is everyone's myth, not just yours.' "

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