Sony Pictures insists no decisions have been made, sources tell me that the producers have approached Anne Hathaway to star in the film.
Deadline Hollywood also wrote that:
All I know is that she's wanted for a starring role, and she won't replace Kirsten Dunst who's also cast in the Spidey fourquel.
Some other actresses who have been said to possibly be up for a role in this film are Julia Stiles and Rachel McAdams.
While nobody knows what role any of these possible actresses could be up for the one most talked about is that of The Black Cat.
Director Sam Raimi is slated to begin production on Spider-Man 4 in 2010, with the fourth Spidey installment tentatively scheduled to hit theaters in May 2011. The film will be released in IMAX.
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