Imagine what it would be like if The Room’s Tommy Wiseau was allowed to direct Spider-Man 4? Wouldn’t it be the best and worst comic book movie ever made? You bet it would!
This is easily the most fun news article I’ve ever had to write because I love The Room and I love Spider-Man. Just imagining bringing the two together puts a huge smile on my face.
Tommy hasn’t been afraid of putting his name in the ring for comic book movie properties. He recently remade the brilliant interrogation scene in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight, and Wiseau starred as The Joker.
I’d argue that Wiseau was the fourth-best Joker ever, after Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger and Mark Hamill, but before Jared Leto. I wouldn’t be against seeing him as The Joker in the DCEU. Perhaps he could be the villain from an alternative universe. Wouldn’t that be fun?
— Tommy Wiseau (@TommyWiseau) 8 October 2019
However, back to Spider-Man 4. Wiseau recently tweeted an image of a potential Spider-Man 4 movie logo. The message is pretty clear here. Wiseau wants to direct the fourth Spider-Man movie.
Now, it’s not clear whether Marvel and Sony will make a fourth Spider-Man movie. They’re currently working on the third movie in this latest Spider-Man movie franchise.
There was a while when it wasn’t looking too good for the third Spider-Man movie. It looked like Sony and Marvel weren’t going to come to an agreement.
Thankfully, the two movie studios came to an agreement, and Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, has since claimed that Tom Holland had a big part in getting the two studios to play ball.
There’s still no word yet on what the follow-up to Spider-Man: Far From Home will be called, but I bet the word ‘home’ will feature somehow.
The first film was called Spider-Man: Homecoming and the second was called Spider-Man: Far From Home. I would suggest Spider-Man: Homeward Bound, or Spider-Man: Home Is Where The Heart Is.
Far From Home finished with one of the best post-credits scenes I’ve ever seen, and it’ll be interesting to see what Peter Parker does next.
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