Today’s New York Daily News features a cover story and a two-page feature in its Sunday Now section giving a sneak peek at the highly-anticipated Spider-Man 3 over a month before its release on May 4.
Besides interviews with producer Avi Arad and filmmaker Sam Raimi, which you can read here, their coverage also includes the details for “Spider-Man Week in NYC” which will run from April 30 through May 6 to commemorate the release of the third movie.
Some of the highlights will include a special spider exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History, Spider-Man related scavenger hunts at the Bronx and Central Park zoos and the unveiling of “The Ultimate Spider-Man Comic Book Collection” at the New York Public Library. It all kicks off on Monday, April 30, as Tobey Maguire and the cast of the upcoming 3-quel appears on NBC’s “Today” show for the entire three-hour show. You can read more details about this special week commemorating New York’s contribution to the Spider-Man movies here.
Spider-Man 3 opens everywhere on May 4.
Source: New York Daily News