The OG Spidey trilogy deserves your respect.
What’s your favorite Spider-Man? With No Way Home coming out soon, the question on everyone’s mind is whether Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield will actually be making an appearance. We don’t know what else to do with all our hype other than count down the most amazing details in the OG Raimi Spider-Man movies.
Real-life wrestler Randy Savage played Bone Saw, which you probably knew. But did you also know that Savage used to wrestle as The Spider?
As Peter Parker sketches out a few costume ideas, he accidentally commits copyright infringement.
Wondering where Peter learned to play the piano? Aunt May, of course.
The Importance of Being Earnest, which Mary Jane stars in (Spider-Man 2), mirrors Peter’s dilemma throughout the movie.
Peter Parker’s landlord, Mr. Ditkovich, is named after Marvel writer/artist Steve Ditko.
When Norman Osborn was asked to resign from his own company, he quickly flies through the five stages of grief.
Peter saved the pictures he took in Spider-Man, and they’re briefly visible in Spider-Man 3.
While testing out his powers, Peter Parker tests out some catchphrases that a certain rival comic company might not have approved of.
The alley where Peter dumps his suit is meant to be the same alley where he kissed Mary Jane in the first movie.
In one of Stan Lee’s cameos, he uses the same phrase he said often in the comics.
The spider that bites Peter Parker was hand-painted by a spider wrangler.
Many speculate that this helmet is a nod to another infamous Spidey villain.
While unconfirmed, there’s a possibility that Bruce Campbell may have been Mysterio in a future Spider-Man movie.
The wallpaper in Peter’s bedroom consists of tiny spider webs.
When Sandman’s face gets filed into sand, his teeth don’t.
He may be in a full-bodied suit, but those Green Goblin stunts were almost all done by Willem Dafoe.
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