Michael Seidelman, Screenwriter - Read My Spider-Man 4 Script Now
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Michael Seidelman, Screenwriter - Read My Spider-Man 4 Script Now

I have been a die-hard Spider-Man fan since I was three and being a big movie buff as well, I thought I could put those two loves together and write a Spider-Man 4 script that I would love to see on the big screen.

As many of the storylines were wrapped up in Spider-Man 3, I wanted to continue the story with the next chapter in Peter Parker's journey but breathe some new life into the story that, by the end, will be a nice set up for future Spider-Man films. This spec script is loosely inspired by the popular "Kraven's Last Hunt" storyline. The synopsis is as follows:

Having lost both his best friend and the love of his life, Peter Parker tries to push his personal and professional life forward after graduating from University. But both Peter's future and that of his superhero alter-ego are threatened when two foreigners come to New York with a plot to bury Spider-Man once and for all. After seemingly defeating Spider-Man, with the help of The Chameleon, Kraven the Hunter takes up Spidey's post of New York's "protector", throwing the city into a deadly panic only one man can end. But will our hero rise from the ground or is this truly the end for the city... and for Spider-Man?

If you have read the entire script, I'd love to hear your feedback in the comment section below. Please share your thoughts on everything from Mary Jane's departure to the use of villains, but please give large spoiler warnings in regards to the script's twists. I will frequent the board and respond to as many posts as I can.

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Based on characters owned by Marvel Entertainment, Inc. This script is Un-Official. It is not associated with Marvel. It uses content copyright by Marvel, without permission as fan-fiction. This material is used for the purposes of informed discussion, and is not intended to interfere with Marvel's right to use said material for their own commercial goals.

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Michael Seidelman
Posted 363 days ago
Thanks Nick for the feedback, both positive and negative!

There are definitely some improvements I could make if I didn’t want to eat up time from current projects – fixing up some of the dialog would be at the top of the list. Though it differs from the comics, I still like the conclusion with Rhino and Kraven but understand if others don’t. Re: how Betty and Rhino knew where Kraven's lair was, I had some exposition explaining how The Rhino tracked it down but the script worked better without that dialog clogging up an otherwise tight scene so I left it out.

Thanks again for taking the time to read the script and send me feedback and I’m glad you enjoyed it!
Nick Ford
Posted 376 days ago
Oops! By "he" I meant a friend of mine who wrote the Spider-Man 4 script, not Alan Moore! XD

Sorry for the lack of necessary context there!

(I also wanna add your portrayal of JJ was spot on!)
Nick Ford
Posted 376 days ago
(WARNING SPOILERS INVOLVED)

Hey Michael, I don't know if you keep track of this stuff but just in case...

I was reminded today while reading Alan Moore's, "Writing for Comics: Volume One" about a Spider-Man 4 script involving Carnage that he wrote (it was just an opening scene involving a lab scene and then an external street shot involving car alarms from what I can remember...). Thinking about that I looked up "Spider-Man 4 script" and found this.

At first I wasn't sure I was gonna read it but I read a few pages and found myself hooked pretty early on (it helps that Spider-Man is my favorite superhero I guess... :P).

Just wanna give some praise and criticism.

First, the positive:

I liked the story overall (Coincidentally I've ordered KLH for a birthday present so hopefully I'll have it soon)
I liked that there was no love story, it kept Peter focused and developed his relationship with Aunt May
I liked the fight scenes
The overall pacing was good (though some scenes like the cheese scene honestly seemed like padding...)
The romance between Ned and Betty was unexpected but welcomed and I enjoyed the twist in it
Spider-Man was well conceived with witty wise-cracks and some scenes literally had me laughing out loud!

Some negatives though:

I agree with another commenter that Rhino should not have killed Kraven and that Kraven should've had his "honorable death".
How did Betty know where Chamelon and Kraven were? When was that established? Rhino?
I thought some scenes and dialogue weren't the strongest they could be and (please don't kill me for this!) I thought the story could've been longer
I would suggest more character building of Gwen and her father and Betty and Ned so we can care more when Gwen's father (predictably granted, died). I literally did not care when he died and promptly moved on.

I think that's all for now, maybe I'll just write some of that script myself...I am interested in writing comic books...

Anyways, nice work!
Michael Seidelman
Posted 747 days ago
Thanks Zachariah! I'm so happy you liked it so much that you read it TWICE!! Wow... I'm touched!

Sadly I won't be writing any more Spider-Man screenplays in the near future as I'm working on screenplays based on my own characters. That said, I have given another one quite a bit of thought and if you scroll down a bit, a few comments ago, I describe what my version of "Spider-Man 5" would entail.
Zachariah
Posted 747 days ago
I loved the script! I actually read this the first time before I saw the trilogy, and read it again after I saw it and loved it even more. LOVE the ending, any chance of another script to go along with it to follow that thread?
ashley zhao
Posted 767 days ago
sorry I'm not a comic-ish person, but i do love movies and novels!
Michael Seidelman
Posted 768 days ago
You're welcome Faisal! I'm really happy that you enjoyed it!

To answer your questions Ashley, yes, this script is a continuation of the original Spider-Man trilogy and takes place months, if not a year, after Spider-Man 3. I won't be writing another Spider-Man movie, in the near future at least. I need to focus on other writing projects. I don't know of any other sites that have original Spider-Man scripts, though I'd be surprised if there weren't any. However If you like Spider-Man stories and haven't read any Spidey comics yet, I suggest you give them a try. My script and each of the Spider-Man scripts are inspired from ideas from stories that were originally told in the comic books. For a new reader, I'd highly recommend the original "Ultimate Spider-Man" books, starting from the beginning. They are all available in softcover and hardcover collections on Amazon and some libraries carry them as well. Spider-Man fans have also published "fan-fiction" stories about Spider-Man. Just search for "Spider-Man Fan Fiction" on Google. And again, thanks for the compliments! And keep writing... maybe some day I'll be reading your stories! ;)
Faisal Al Jowder
Posted 769 days ago
Michael Seidelman , thank you very much for writing this script . i was a fan of the previous spider-man trilogy and i was waiting for the 4th edition ,and with your help i got what i want . thank you
ashley zhao
Posted 776 days ago
hi thanks i was really looking forward to seeing what would happen with mj and peter after watching the 3rd movie. its so sad! Please tell me when your spiderman 5 will come out and when you will start writing it, I am super excited to read another one!
I have 2 questions for you:
1. you mentioned something about mj coming back and it leading up to the next film. Will there be a spider 6 then?
2. do you know any other websites like this where someone wrote a spiderman 4 script? I found spiderman 3 really sad but I was dying to know what would happen next, and the reboot was great, but the original is my favorite. But i didn't know the original existed until after i watched the reboot! The first movie was only made two years after I was born!
okay those are my 2 questions. Please answer them and once again i loved you script!
Im also sort of a writer myself. But I don't write scripts, but maybe i will when i grow older. right now I'm concentrated on writing my own made-up novels. Spiderman is the perfect example for the stuff i like to write and read and watch: some romance, very heroic, and some unearthly stuff, with villains and a hero.
ps your continuing on from the first 3 movies right?
Michael Seidelman
Posted 776 days ago
Thanks Ashley! I have Spider-Man 5 in my head - it would take place during the Christmas holidays and have Spidey facing off against the Lizard in snowy New York. It would also have Peter working as a teacher, romancing Liz Allen from high school. befriending former bully Flash Thompson (now a PE teacher at their old high school where they are now teaching) and would end with Mary Jane returning to see Peter kissing Liz Allen under the mistletoe, setting up the next film. But I don't see myself writing it since I'm focusing on my own characters and ideas right now. And The Amazing Spider-Man of course had Spidey facing off against the Lizard and I felt that while it is a lot different than what I had in mind, they did a fairy decent job. I'm glad you liked my Spider-Man 4 however!

Dirrty Dawg, if you have a link to your Spider-Man 4 script, feel free to link to it here!
ashley zhao
Posted 776 days ago
ok dirrtydawg can you tell me the website for it? I can't find any other spiderman 4 scripts and Im sort of addicted to reading it. Thanks!
Dirrty Dawg
Posted 776 days ago
Hey
I also have written a screenplay for Spider-Man 4 and am working on 5 right now! If anyone wants to view it, I'm happy to send it out.
ashley zhao
Posted 777 days ago
hi I liked your script a lot I couldn't have written one like that myself! But uh I have to say I was a bit disappointed and I think there should have been more romance for Peter. I also was hoping that mary jane would be in it! Are you going to write spiderman 5? I loved this one!
Michael Seidelman
Posted 815 days ago
Thanks Sammeet... I appreciate the nice feedback! :)
Sammeet
Posted 815 days ago
hmm. this one was awaiting story the fans want but it's hard to cordinate villians in single story. your script was quiet a roller coaster if you remove the facebook element it may look good here but it's hard to screen it.
BOL Godspeed. :)
Michael Seidelman
Posted 912 days ago
Thanks "Carnage Fan"... that's glowing praise!

I did have an elaborate idea for a Spider-Man 5 script. I don't plan to write it though as I'm focusing my time working on my own ideas that I might actually be able to sell. Right now, I'm rewriting a horror/comedy I wrote last summer and hope to start submitting that to managers and production companies in a few months.

I'm glad you liked the script so much! Thanks for taking the time to read it!
Carnage Fan
Posted 912 days ago
I think your script was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! It's the best thing I've ever seen in my life! I also would like to ask if you are writing a Spider-Man 5 script too. It looks like you might have an idea for the future? Anyway, your Spider-Man 4 script rocks dude so you have my opinion!
Michael Seidelman
Posted 968 days ago
Thanks for the feedback!
Michael
Posted 968 days ago
This is a really interesting story. But there are just as many problems as good things. I dislike that you gave Betty Brant such a deep storyline, and I wish Rhino had a deeper role. Parts like the bizarre Peter, Harry, & Uncle Ben angle were something that you would never see in a Spider-Man movie, based on what they're like. Overall, a very unusual plotline, and that's completely alright.
Buddy
Posted 995 days ago
Your story was really informative, tahnks!
 





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