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Meltzer likes Logan as Spider-Man

Buffy #32

Buffy #32

With word spreading that Logan Lerman is the front runner to succeed Tobey Maguire as Spidey/Peter Parker in Sony’s Spider-Man franchise, Robot 6 reached out to New York Times best-selling author Brad Meltzer (Identity Crisis) for his thoughts on the possibility.

Lerman, who plays the lead in the upcoming Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, starred as Bobby McCallister on the Meltzer-created Jack & Bobby TV series that aired on The WB from 2004 to 2005.

Meltzer told Robot 6: “For all the fuss about how cute Logan is, people forget what an incredible actor he is. Think of it. We based a whole show around him. Most adults can’t carry that. Plus, I wrote his first real kiss, so I’m rooting for that.”

Meltzer is currently writing the penultimate arc of Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8 with his first issue out this week.

“I’ve waited 25 years to use the X-Men/Titans crossover. And the Superman jokes. And I deeply love every person who sent me a tweet (@bradmeltzer) about it. This first issue of Buffy was the comedy. The other genres are coming and are not nearly as happy.”

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If so: Epic Fail! Which we all know it’s going to be anyway.

Why would they ask Meltzer about the Spider-Man movies? What does he know?

As the post states, Lerman starred in the TV series Jack & Bobby, which Meltzer created.

REALLY loved Jack & Bobby — was sad to see it go.

I really can’t think of any young actor to play Spidey other than Lerman or Anton Yelchin. Either would be a good choice.

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