It seems that the makers of the 3D phenomena Avatar have been consulted for an upcoming superhero remake. MTV Splash Page recently spoke with Avatar producer Jon Landau who revealed that director James Cameron has met with Spider-Man remake director Marc Webb about the use of 3D in the film.

"Last [week] we met the director of [the next Spider-Man film]," Cameron's producing partner Jon Landau revealed to us when he stopped by the MTV studio, explaining that the Avatar filmmaker and Spider-Man's new gatekeeper compared notes Wednesday evening. "[Webb] wants to do the next one in 3-D, which they've announced that they want to do. So, we want to try to support that as much as possible."
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It was said that Cameron was a big fan of Webb's directorial debut, (500) Days of Summer, which was another reason he met with Webb.

"Jim loved '500) Days of Summer," Landau continued. "It's not something that you would think is necessarily in his wheelhouse, but he really enjoyed that."

CLICK HERE for the entire article. Marc Webb is directing the Spider-Man reboot from a script by James Vanderbilt. A July 3, 2012 release date has been set for the film.