Michael Seidelman, Screenwriter - Read My Spider-Man 4 Script Now
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Michael Seidelman, Screenwriter - Read My Spider-Man 4 Script Now

I am now focused on novel writing, but prior to that I had written several screenplays including this one for a Spider-Man sequel to the Sam Raimi directed trilogy. As I have been a die-hard Spider-Man fan since I was three years-old and being also a big movie buff, I thought I could put those two loves together and write a Spider-Man 4 script that I would love to see on the big screen.

As many of the storylines were wrapped up in Spider-Man 3, I wanted to continue the story with the next chapter in Peter Parker's journey but breathe some new life into it so it ends with a nice set up for future Spider-Man films. This script is loosely inspired by the popular "Kraven's Last Hunt" storyline. The synopsis is as follows:

Having lost both his best friend and the love of his life, Peter Parker tries to push his personal and professional life forward after graduating from University. But both Peter's future and that of his superhero alter-ego are threatened when two foreigners come to New York with a plot to bury Spider-Man once and for all. After seemingly defeating Spider-Man, with the help of The Chameleon, Kraven the Hunter takes up Spidey's post of New York's "protector", throwing the city into a deadly panic only one man can end. But will our hero rise from the ground or is this truly the end for the city... and for Spider-Man?

Unfortunately, due to a large amount of spam, I have had to turn off the ability to leave comments. Previous comments, however, can still be read below.

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Based on characters owned by Marvel Entertainment, Inc. This script is Un-Official. It is not associated with Marvel. It uses content copyright by Marvel, without permission as fan-fiction. This material is used for the purposes of informed discussion, and is not intended to interfere with Marvel's right to use said material for their own commercial goals.

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peter
Posted 2933 days ago
meh...but you need an agent if your going to send people your scripts, or they just won't look at it
Alex
Posted 2933 days ago
This script was incredibly written, and although I was beginning to think the Chameleon/Betty Brant storyline was horribly cheesy, when seeing the effect it had on the story's climax, I definitely believe it was an excellent addition to the script.

The jokes and one-liners that make Spiderman who he is were much better in this script than in any of the other movies, and the dialogue was truly superior.

You brought out the emotion of every character, and therefore your character development was superb.

I was skeptical that you decided to include three villains when, in the past film, the number of villains hurt its enjoyability. However, the three of them were perfect in their roles and really added to the story.

I love your script and it could easily be the CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED summer blockbuster everyone has been waiting for Spiderman to star in.

Keep up the good work.
Alex
Posted 2933 days ago
There is a typo on page 101. You mispelled shoes as "shows".
Michael Seidelman
Posted 2934 days ago
Thanks a lot! I couldn't have asked for a better first comment!

I actually sent it to Sony, Sam Raimi and a number of other agents of those involved with the film. I never heard back from a few of them but three of the scripts were returned with a letter that it is being returned unread as is their policy for unsolicited scripts. So now I'm just letting people enjoy it... I've gotten a really good response from people I've let read it and I really appreciate your kind words!
kraven
Posted 2934 days ago
dude, i just read this from start to finish and couldn't put it down! the twists blew me away. I have never seen twists like this in a superhero movie! have you sent this to marvel?? you have to send this to marvel!!
 





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