London: Director of Spider-Man trilogy starring Tobey Maguire, Sam Raimi finally has finally spoken about Marvel and Sony's new Spider-Man reboot.
The 55-year-old creator of "Evil Dead" series said that he has "a lot of faith" in Marvel that the studios will manage to get it right and thinks taking Spider-Man back to high school will be "refreshing", reported Digital Spy.
"I'm really glad Marvel's taking it to high school. I think that's gonna be refreshing, and just like my favourite of the Spider-Man comic books. And I have a lot of faith that they really know their stuff," said Raimi.
The "Oz the Great and Powerful Marvel to explore Peter Parker's relationship with Gwen Stacy and school bully Flash Thompson.
"The difficulty of going through high school is so unique to a superhero? that's what Spider-Man's all about, and so that they're going to explore that head-on is very exciting," Raimi added.
"The Impossible's" actor Tom Holland has been signed as the new Spider-Man to work on the reboot. He will also be making an appearance as Spider-Man in "Captain America: Civil War".