Raimi is set to make his re-visitation of the comic book kind courtesy of this year’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Originally, the director of the first Doctor Strange, Scott Derrickson, was supposed to return for the sequel, yet passed on the undertaking because of creative differences. Feige and friends instead got Raimi, which is in excess of an appropriate choice considering Multiverse of Madness is being teased as the MCU’s first thriller. That being said, fans trust Raimi and Campbell’s appearance tradition will continue in the upcoming film . Indeed, Campbell teased his involvement last February, on April Fools’ Day, and afterward again in July.
It seems likely Campbell will show up in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, yet less likely he’ll show up in a Spider-Man 4. One could contend that Spider-Man: No Way Home leaves the entryway open for reprisals by Garfield and Maguire’s characters and, in turn, The Amazing Spider-Man 3 and Spider-Man 4. Notwithstanding, the latest MCU film also offers those characters closure, setting up a future that wouldn’t align with either of those projects as they were once imagined. Still, Raimi’s Multiverse of Madness will include a potentially endless exhibit of mutliversal characters. Suffice to say, Maguire’s Spider-Man is reputed to have an appearance in the film. If the demand remains high, the powers could appease fans with Spider-Man 4 starring the lesser-known Tony Maguire.
Campbell as of late took to Twitter to savage Raimi over cries for Spider-Man 4. The tweet features a screenshot of an artificial direct message from Raimi asking for “1500 in iTunes gift card codes” to subsidize Spider-Man 4 starring “Tony Maguire.” Unfortunately, Marvel Studios President “Kevin Fiegey” wouldn’t grant the director a Doctor Strange-esque spending plan. Look at the tweet underneath:
While Campbell didn’t necessarily play a supporting part in those Spider-Man films, he did infamously appearance in each film. The entertainer played the Ring Announcer in Spider-Man, the “Snooty Usher” in Spider-Man 2, and a Maître d’ in Spider-Man 3. Campbell would’ve almost certainly proceeded to show up in Spider-Man 4. Despite a finished Spider-Man 4 script, plans for the fourth film in Raimi’s universe were ultimately deserted for Marc Webb’s 2012 The Amazing Spider-Man reboot of the franchise, starring Andrew Garfield. The new release of Sony and Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: No Way Home has reinvigorated interest in Sony’s previous iterations of the eponymous webslinger.