Though some fans were perturbed that the “Amazing Spider-Man” reboot came so soon after the final film in the Tobey Maguire-starring trilogy, the first film defied expectations.

That said, when it was announced that there were three planned sequels in the work, the murmurs about so-called “franchise fatigue” returned.

Now, according to Bleeding Cool, the franchise’s star, Andrew Garfield, says he is only signed on for three movies, adding that the fourth film has “nothing to do with me.”

Director Marc Webb also hinted that movie no. 4 would be a departure, telling a reporter, “We did think about this movie, from the very beginning, these movies as a series of movies, as a trilogy to be totally frank.”

It’s possible that the powers that be are setting up a rumored Sinister Six follow-up project.

Along with Electro, who will be played by Jamie Foxx in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” the film’s new trailer featured a tease for both The Vulture and Doctor Octopus, both of whom are members of the group of villains.

What do you think the fourth movie in the franchise should be about? Leave your suggestions in the comments!

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