Who Should Replace Marc Webb on Sequel If He Doesn't Return?

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  1. Young Justice92 Registered

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    1. PHIL LORD, CHRISTOPHER MILLER (21 JUMP STREET)

    2. MARK FORSTER (QUANTUM OF SOLICE)

    3. J.J. ABRAMS (STAR TREK)

    4. GARY ROSS (THE HUNGER GAMES)

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    My personal favorites are J.J. Abrams, Josh Trank, Steve McQueen, David Fincher, McG, Brad Bird, Rupert Wyatt and Darren Aronofsky.
     
  2. Picard Sisko Prepare to be Assimilated

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    J.J. Abrams or Josh Trank would be suitable for the job IMO. Although I don't think Nolan is the best choice for a Spider-Man film, I would have good faith in what he would do for the next movie.
     
  3. Drizzle You'll get your rent when Ditkovich is in the MCU!

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    Nolan wouldn't be right for Spider-Man at all. He'd probably be the first person to say that.
     
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    He would probably be better as a producer or something.
     
  5. jonathancrane I love Marvel, DC & EC!

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    Nolan is as compatible with Spiderman as Rob Zombie is with a PIXAR film. The hardcore science fiction- fantasy hybrid does not work with his aesthetic.
     
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    I want Nolan to stay away from the next Batman franchise so I wouldn't want him to touch Spider-Man.
     
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    That is quite a list, many names are Not suitable for Spider-man, not because all have the same approach to making movies, in fact the list offers directors with a wider variety of approaches to movie making.

    I have Bolded the choices who would never work. I could see someone like Josh Trank, Brad Bird, John Favreau, as for the others in the list I don't know enough about their work to say anything.

    In my opinion keep Marc Webb, he is perfect.
     
  8. Vapor Omlette Du Fromage

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    Josh Trank and Brad Bird could both probably do something cool.. Alex Proyas would be a good one too, I think. Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) and Paul McGuigan (Lucky Number Slevin, Push) both have a style that could slip in well with the tone and visual feel Marc Webb has created... Perhaps even Neil Burger who did The Illusionist and Limitless.
     
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    Gary Ross or Brad Bird! The Hunger Games and MI4 were amazing!
     

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