• Tom Holland is Spider-Man in Joe Russo and Anthony Russo's "Captain America: Civil War."

Tom Holland is Spider-Man in Joe Russo and Anthony Russo's "Captain America: Civil War." (Photo : Twitter/@screenrant)

Director Sam Raimi has expressed his openness to helm another Marvel film.

Raimi directed "Spider-Man 3," starring Tobey Maguirre as the iconic web-slinger. In his interview with The Week, Raimi admitted that he had messed up the third one and he thought that Marvel Studios did not need him anymore. However, the filmmaker said that if the studio needed him, he would love to. For Raimi, it was great to be wanted.

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According to Cinema Blend, Raimi's "Spider-Man 3" was not well-received by fans and was criticized with too many villains and low quality storytelling. While that had been the case, Raimi was not entirely at fault, as per the publication. Some notes from Sony Pictures, such as shoehorning in Venom, although Raimi did not want to was an error on the former's end.

After the release of "Spider-Man 3," Saimi also planned to direct "Spider-Man 4," with John Malkovich as The Vulture and Anne Hathaway as Black Cat. But then, he dropped the project after he realized that he could not make their intended release date.

Meanwhile, Tom Holland is set to don Spider-Man's suit and mask. Prior to his appearance in Jon Watts' solo "Spider-Man" film, Holland is set to debut the character in Marvel's Cinematic Universe the Russos' "Captain America: Civil War," which centers on the release of the Accords. It is released by the government to limit superheroes from using their powers.

Spider-Man's side in "Captain America: Civil War" has not yet been revealed at this point, while previous rumors said that he would team up with Iron Man's team, which reportedly includes Black Widow, War Machine, The Vision, and Black Panther. They are set to clash against Captain America's team, which includes Hawkeye, Falcon, Agent 13, and Ant-Man.

The Russos' "Captain America: Civil War" is set to premiere on May 6, 2016. Meanwhile, Watts' "Spider-Man" film reboot is set to hit theaters on July 28, 2017.