He wants to web crawl again

Maguire Works Out for ‘Spider-Man’ Role
LOS ANGELES – Tobey Maguire is doing yoga and lifting weights ó and maybe looking over his shoulder a bit ó as he prepares to reprise his role as Peter Parker in the “Spider-Man” sequel.
The Hollywood heartthrob is expected to put his Spidey costume back on beginning April 12 to shoot “The Amazing Spider-Man.”
But if he isn’t ready when filming begins, Jake Gyllenhaal of “The Good Girl,” is under consideration to replace him, the trade publications Variety and The Hollywood Reporter reported Tuesday.
The 27-year-old actor is still healing from back soreness linked to physically demanding roles in the first “Spider-Man” movie and the racehorse film “Seabiscuit,” said his spokeswoman, Kelly Bush.
“He’s training. He’s getting ready to do the movie,” she said, adding he plans to return to work in April, less than two months after wrapping up “Seabiscuit.”
Maguire, who earned a reported $4 million for the first “Spider-Man” and $12.5 million for “Seabiscuit,” is to receive $17 million for the “The Amazing Spider-Man,” according to Variety.
“Spider-Man” was the highest-grossing film in the United States last year, bringing in $403.7 million.