It seems that Tobey Maguire might be seeing a familiar face on the set of his next Peter Parker adventure. According to Variety, Gary Ross has been tapped to rewrite Spider-Man 4.
Ross directed Maguire in both Pleasantville and Best Picture nominee Seabiscuit. Ross is rewriting the script that James Vanderbilt originally wrote and David Lindsay-Abaire rewrote, for Sam Raimi to direct. It was said that the sequel would go into production early next year.
It was also reported that Ross is rewriting and will direct a biopic on cyclist Lance Armstrong, who recently un-retired from cycling and vaulted into second place in the Tour de France this week.
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