Spider-Man trilogy director Sam Raimi says that he had a special villain in mind for Spider-Man 4. In a sit-down with Rolling Stone 

The filmmaker explains that he wanted Kraven the Hunter to be a featured villain for the next adventure with Tobey Maguire's version of the hero. 

A lot of the reporting after the fallout of Raimi's exit pointed to the Vulture as a bad guy. However, the plans might not have been so simple to predict. 

The director seems to indicate that he was in-between deciding but his gut was leaning Kraven. After all, the Hunter has never squared off against the web-slinger in live-action before.  

It would have been fun to see who got cast for that kind of role because of the charisma required to banter at Spider-Man on a rooftop dressed in a lion fur vest.  

It seems like the director won't have to wait long to see Kraven get his turn on the silver screen as Sony has already greenly a movie featuring the villain. 

"That was one of the possibilities. We had other things in mind, too, but that was one of them. And I missed Kraven the Hunter," Raimi revealed 

Recently, Fandango asked the director about the idea of uniting with Maguire to revisit the franchise. Fans all over the world are asking for Spider-Man 4 and all Sony would have to do is say yes.