Andrew Garfield Could Possibly Be Back For More 'Spider-Man' Movies

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Or that's what "a senior source at Columbia Pictures" told the UK tabloid The Daily Star (via Dark Horizons).

"Andrew is already contracted to make two more films for release in 2015 and 2016," this source said. "But we are looking to tie him to the role for as many as a further four pictures given the huge success the franchise is enjoying. The part is pretty much his for as long as he chooses."

The two movies mentioned above are probably the Sinister Six spin-off and The Amazing Spider-Man 3.

Director Marc Webb has expressed that he wants to move on to something else after the third movie, and Garfield, whose deal ends with ASM 3 also, has said that he doesn't want to play the character until he's in his forties, but he may be open to a couple more.

So, what will Sony use to convince Garfield to come back? Apparently, a big pay day in form of a profit sharing deal which could net him over $100 million. Who could say no to that?

Of course, since this is coming from The Daily Star, UK's finest news source, take this with a huge helping of salt.

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