"Zodiac" writer James Vanderbilt has been commissioned to write the "Spider-Man 4" screenplay for Columbia, the Hollywood Reporter said Wednesday.
David Koepp, who worked on the first two "Spider-Man" movies, returned to write a previous draft of "Spider-Man 4."
Although the plot for the latest entry in the billion-dollar franchise has been kept under wraps, the trade paper said the plan was to present an adventure that features only two villains, since "Spider-Man 3," which saw the webslinger battling three bad guys, was criticized for having too many story lines.
2014: NFL Cheerleaders [PHOTOS]
Polly Bergen, Emmy Award-winning actress, dies