Screenwriter Steve Kloves, who has penned the script of upcoming film The Amazing Spider-Man, has hinted that the reboot project will be more realistic when compared to Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy. The Harry Potter script writer claimed that he can not write cartoony dialogue for the movie.
In a recent interview with Collider, Steve Kloves said, "I said, 'I can't do shazam! dialogue, that's not what I do. If you wanna do the Peter Parker I knew as a kid reading the comic book, I can do that, because it was grounded in exactly what you said, reality. So they said Yes that's what we want, we want you to come in and write Peter Parker as a real character."
Meanwhile, Steve Kloves also admitted that he has rejected an offer from Sony Pictures to write a sequel for the planned trilogy. He said, "They had talked to me about doing the second one when I was doing it, and no I didn't wanna, I sort of dated it, I don't wanna marry it."
However, The Amazing Spider-Man is being directed by Marc Webb. Andrew Garfield is playing Peter Parker. Emma Stone reprises the superhero's love interest Gwen Stacy and Rhys Ifans is cast as villainous Dr. Connor a.k.a The Lizard. The movie is scheduled to release in 3D on July 3, 2012.