Sony and Marvel have teamed up to reboot Spiderman yet again. The reboot is tentatively scheduled for 2017, which will mean there will be three years between the Andrew Garfield Spiderman, and the new one. What do you think, are they beating a dead horse? Is dropping Garfield the right choice? Is this one reboot too many?
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I thought this was pretty sad, Andrew Garfield made a great Spider-man. I'm happy to see the character go back to Marvel, at least to a degree, but I'm sad Garfield won't be reprising the role. This last reboot was actually the first live-action Spiderman series I've ever enjoyed, so I'm not keen on another reboot. The only consolation for me is according to current rumors, the next movie will not be another retelling of Spidey's origin story, which is a good thing in my books.