‘Moon Knight’ Producer Still Holding Out Hope for the Continuation of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man
The upcoming Moon Knight has officially debuted in what is one of the most interesting MCU Disney+ series to date; while that is clearly the focus, the veteran producer of the upcoming series is still holding out hope for the continuation of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man story.
It is very clear that Marvel is entering a new era of storytelling, with Moon Knight– and the entirety of Phase Four- representing a brand new focus on creativity, ambition, and risk-taking.
The series has debuted to a fantastic reception and has highlighted the tremendous acting of Oscar Isaac and Ethan Hawke, while also presenting the fantastic storytellers behind the camera that are the primary voices responsible for presenting this brilliant exploration into this underrated Marvel hero.
One producer, Grant Curtis, has had a big impact on what Moon Knight has become, has been a constant presence in the history of comic book movies; with him getting his start on the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films that took place 20 years ago.
In a recent interview reported by ComicBook.com, Curtis noted that he is still holding out hope for the continuation of Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man, in one way or another; making a note of the scrapped, but highly anticipated Spider-Man 4.
Curtis stated, “The Spider-Man movies we made were an incredible opportunity career-wise. As a fan, I love the narratives that were generated from those three movies.”
The veteran producer continued, “There were other stories within those movies that did not get told. I hope someday, as any Spider-Man fan would tell you that all those stories come out and the narrative continues.”
Raimi is currently in the latter stages of development for the upcoming, and long-awaited, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, which should be a project that rivals anything Raimi has done in his illustrious career; especially in the comic book genre.
With Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker making his return in the record-breaking Spider-Man: No Way Home, it excites the imagination to dream of a potential continuation of the fantastic work that Maguire and Raimi had done.