Looks like new director for the "Amazing Spider-man" franchise is ready to move on. In an interview with "The Daily Beast" when asked about his involvement with the the " [The Amazing Spider-Man](movie:45497) " films post "Amazing Spider-man 3" he said,
"I’d like to be involved as a consultant, and I’ve already talked to these guys about it, but in terms of directing it, that will close out my tenure. I’ve had so much fun doing it, but after the third movie, it’ll be the time to find something else."
This news interesting, but I seem to be indifferent towards it right now. I did like his first film. But I don't think that's enough for me to become a big Marc Webb fan. I will get a better Idea about how I feel toward this news after I see "The Amazing Spider-man 2"
Some other interesting questions were presented as well such as whether or not there will be any crossing over into other characters from the Marvel universe such as The Avengers? To this he responded,
"We’re building out a more complicated Spider-Man universe with characters that people haven’t seen in other Spider-Man movies—The Sinister Six, Venom, and more. We’d all love to overlap with other studios, but it’s beyond my pay grade."
The director for the "Sinister six" film is rumored to be Drew Goddard, known for being one of the writers in "World War Z" "Cloverfield" and directing "Cabin in the Woods". And the precious "Venom" film is to be placed in the hands of Alex Kurtzman He is a producer and writer, known for Transformers (2007), Star Trek (2009) and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013). Maybe one of these two directors will take the place of Marc Webb and continue the franchise where he left off. At this point we really don't know. I just hope they don't get Sam Raimi back ;]
Also something I thought was quite funny, when I looked up " The Amazing Spider-man 4" on IMDB this is what the plot synopsis was:
"When Peter is killed aunt May is turning into spider-Girl."
Obviously that's not true. but it sure made my laugh :]