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Old Jul 17, 2006, 12:22 PM   #1
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J J J Talks about Spider-Man 4

From SuperheroHype today - always knew Rami was keen on doing lots of films, not just your standard 3 and out. Here's some news from one of the actors:

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Simmons on Spider-Man 3 & More Sequels
Source: TV Guide
July 17, 2006


J.K. Simmons talked to TV Guide about returning as J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man 3 and possibly making more sequels. Simmons says he wrapped filming two or three weeks ago.

TVGuide.com: What's your feeling on 3? Judging by the trailers, it looks darker.
Simmons: I think it pulls in a lot of interesting directions. Of course we're a long ways from seeing a final version of it, but my stuff, we had a lot of fun doing. I probably had not as much to do as I did in the second one and maybe a little more than I had in the first one, but from what I saw the new bad-guy stuff is once again going to top its predecessor.

TVGuide.com: In 2, we met Jonah's son, who in Spider-Man lore evolves into a villain. But they're not playing that card yet?
Simmons: Not yet. Hopefully there are plenty of cards to play for [Parts] 4, 5, 6.... I'll do a Spider-Man for every two or three years for the next couple decades if they want. That'd be all right!

TVGuide.com: Was there any talk of Spider-Man 4 on the set?
Simmons: Yeah, it got mentioned. In fact, the last couple of days I shot was at the very end of the schedule we were doing some night-action scenes in New York and [director] Sam [Raimi] was talking about it. It's not a done deal because everybody's deals, including Sam Raimi's and all the actors', was for three pictures. But he's certainly open to doing more.

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Old Jul 17, 2006, 01:16 PM   #2
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Re: J J J Talks about Spider-Man 4

Maybe the possibility of a fourth film would depend on how much money this one makes.

Except it's hardly expected to flop, is it?
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