Director Marc Webb, who is heading up the new Spider-Man movie, did clear up some news about certain 500 Days of High School Twilight Musical actors being cast for the reboot (prequel?).

“We’re casting a wide net. That’s really all i can say at this point,” he said, reiterating that statement when asked if an actor like rumored contender Joseph Gordon-Levitt is too old for the part, or if the studio is looking for an unknown. “We’re casting a wide net.”

That’s good news for everyone all around, I think.  Also Webb did confirm that he had talks with James Cameron about the best way to bring Spider-Man into 3D.  My guess is we’ll hear more about the Spider-Man franchise in the coming weeks.

via MTV

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  1. astrodinosaurus
    March 8, 2010 at 9:50 am — Reply


    There’s a joke in here somewhere…

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