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pider-Man (2002 film)
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Spider-Man in his suit crawling over a building and looking towards the viewer. Below of him is New York City, the film's title, credits, and release date.
Theatrical release poster
Directed by	Sam Raimi
Screenplay by	David Koepp
Based on	
by Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
Produced by	
Laura Ziskin
Ian Bryce
Tobey Maguire
Willem Dafoe
Kirsten Dunst
James Franco
Cliff Robertson
Rosemary Harris
Cinematography	Don Burgess
Edited by	
Bob Murawski
Arthur Coburn
Music by	Danny Elfman
Columbia Pictures
Marvel Enterprises
Laura Ziskin Productions
Distributed by	Sony Pictures Releasing
Release date	
April 29, 2002 (Mann Village Theater)
May 3, 2002 (United States)
Running time	121 minutes
Country	United States
Language	English
Budget	$139 million
Box office	$821.7 million
Spider-Man is a 2002 American superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name. Directed by Sam Raimi from a screenplay by David Koepp, it is the first installment in the Spider-Man trilogy, and stars Tobey Maguire as the titular character, alongside Willem Dafoe, Kirsten Dunst, James Franco, Cliff Robertson, and Rosemary Harris. The film centers on outcast teen genius Peter Parker who develops spider-like superhuman abilities after being bitten by a genetically-altered spider and decides to use his newfound powers to fight crime as Spider-Man.

Development on a live-action Spider-Man film began in the 1980s. Filmmakers Tobe Hooper, James Cameron, and Joseph Zito were all attached to direct the film at one point. However, the project would languish in development hell due to licensing and financial issues. After progress on the film stalled for nearly 25 years, it was licensed for a worldwide release by Columbia Pictures in 1999 after it acquired options from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on all previous scripts developed by Cannon Films, Carolco, and New Cannon. Exercising its option on just two elements from the multi-script acquisition (a different screenplay was written by James Cameron, Ted Newsom, John Brancato, Barn

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