quote by Casper Van Dien

It would be Spiderman. I'd love to be Peter Parker.

— Casper Van Dien

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I think I'll give it up, the fantasy is over, I wanted to play Spiderman, Peter Parker.

I was a really lousy artist as a kid.

Too abstract expressionist; or I'd draw a big ram's head, really messy. I'd never win painting contests. I remember losing to a guy who did a perfect Spiderman.

If Spiderman was real, and I was a criminal, and he shot me with his web, I would say, "Dude, thanks for the hammock."

Terrorize the jam like troops in Pakistan, swingin' through your town like your neighbourhood spiderman!

As a kid, I drew cartoon characters and comic book heroes.

Spiderman and the X-Men were my favorites.

I hope I can make some Hollywood-type action films like 'Batman' or 'Spiderman', action films like that. With some wire work, maybe wearing a mask. Like that.

My dad always said to me that with fame comes great responsibility, which has always stuck with me, even though I think he stole that line from Spiderman.

We have to do a film parody for Comic Relief.

We can't decide which film to parody at the moment. Any ideas welcome, but not Spiderman owing to costume being too tight.

I'd have no problem kicking Tobey McGuire out of Spiderman because Spiderman has been my favorite superhero since I can possibly even remember having my first thought . I love Spiderman, but he does a great job so I'm going to have to find myself another superhero to become one day.

Aunt May's values and Spiderman's traumas are kind of what's defined him as a young boy and now that he's becoming a young man, she's there to provide that safe place where he can still be a kid if he needs to be, or know that he has a home base as he's going through all these physical changes. So as long as those essentials are there, we can work on finding the character together.

It's really fun working on this Marvel movie [ Spiderman].

The essentials of Aunt May are that she's helped raise Spiderman and she's his moral compass.

When I first saw Spiderman, I had no idea who he was.

I later read in an article that he doesn't work much because he only picks projects he believes in.

When men are growing up and they're reading about Batman, Spiderman, Superman .

.. those are not fantasies ... they're options.

I think about it, and I realize there's been some version of a Batman or Spiderman or Superman franchise since I was a boy, since before I was a boy.

The first movie I can remember seeing was The Creature From The Black Lagoon.

And, I can remember hearing a radio play of Ray Bradbury's Mars Is Heaven. And when I cut my teeth on comic books, they were not the easy ones of today like Spiderman, Superman and The Hulk. they were Tales Of The Crypt, The Vaultkeeper, and that sort of thing.

Everyone knows Spiderman is my favorite superhero of all time.

My favorite supervillain? George W. Bush.

In the sixties, in the middle sixties, suddenly comics became this hip thing, and college students and hippies were reading them. So I was one of them, and I started reading, basically it was the Marvel Renaissance at that point. It was all their new characters, Spiderman and the X-Men and the Fantastic Four.

I like to have a hero a little underpowered.

I mean, Spiderman is far cooler than Superman. How do you challenge Superman?

The Hulk was a unique character because of his strength and power.

He doesn't have a costume like Spiderman or like Superman - The Hulk is more visual. His passion and his strength, that is what separates him from anything else.

Spiderman can climb walls and he's got a cool outfit.

No matter what argument you make against evolution, the response is Well, you know, it's possible to believe in evolution and believe in God. Yes, and it's possible to believe in Spiderman and believe in God, but that doesn't prove Spiderman is true.

When Loughner himself speaks and we find out his real influences are Spiderman, 'Gnome Chomsky,' Taylor Swift, and Dr. Bronner, then what?

I had a trainer during 'Spiderman,' and I discovered I have deep-seated rage when I'm holding heavy weights over my head. Whatever dormant anger I have in me, that's where it comes out. That's not the kind of working out I want to do.

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