Though they haven't even started production on Spider-Man 4 yet (due in theaters in May 2011), that's not stopping Sony from bringing on James Vanderbilt to write the scripts for both Spider-Man 5 and 6, which will include a story arc that connects one to the other and most likely be shot back-to-back. Vanderbilt was the original writer of Spider-Man 4 before Sam Raimi stepped back into the director's chair and brought on David Lindsay-Abaire and Gary Ross to rewrite Vanderbilt's script.
Writer Onboard for 'Spider-Man 5'and '6'
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Erik has been one of the Web's leading movie commentators since 2005, having worked as an editor and writer for outlets like Fandango, Movies.com, AOL Moviefone, Cinematical, Flavorwire, SXSW Magazine, Entertainment Today and more. His favorite movie is 'Back to the Future,' and his favorite activity is playing Spider-Man with his two young children. You can follow Erik's adventures on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter, @erikdavis.
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