The early 2000s marked Raimi excel in his film-making profession, with the production of a blockbuster film about a wall climbing and web-shooting crime fighter, Spider-man, an adjustment of Stan Lee‘s comic book superhero, Spider-Man. The film hit over $800 million worldwide at the box office alone, a major success at the time.
Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3 matched up soon enough, with each being a box office smash like the first making Raimi a prevalent figure to associate with film-making. Raimi thought of creating more sequels for Spider-Man, but he could not get a suitable script to suit the series.
Sam Raimi’s Other Successful Gigs
Raimi has served in front of the camera and played roles in lots of movies sometimes in films where he is the director. Some of the movies in which Raimi have starred in include Its Murder!, Thou Shalt Not Kill… Except, Attack of the Helping Hand, Innocent Blood, Shemp Eats the Moon, The Evil Dead, Cleveland Smith: Bounty Hunter, Hefty’s, Spies Like Us, Evil Dead 2, Maniac Cop, Intruder, Miller’s Crossing, Maniac Cop 2, Army of Darkness, Indian Summer, The Hudsucker Proxy, The Flintstones, Galaxis, 3 Geezers! And The Jungle Book as a sound actor. Raimi has additionally acted roles in Television Series, including Journey to the Center of the Earth, Body Bags, The Stand, and The Shining.
Raimi have similarly directed and produced several other successful television series, some of the Tv series he directed is Rake, M.A.N.T.I.S., and Ash vs. Evil Dead, those that he produced are Hercules and the Lost Kingdom, Hercules and the Circle of Fire Hercules in the Underworld Hercules in the Maze of the Minotaur, Spy Game, Young Hercules, American Gothic, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, Xena: Warrior Princess, Jack of All Trades, Cleopatra 2525, Legend of the Seeker, 13: Fear Is Real, Zombie Roadkill, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, Spartacus: War of the Damned. In late 2013, Raimi directed Oz, the Great and Powerful an adventure prequel to the masterwork, The Wizard of Oz.
Raimi established the production company Renaissance Pictures in 1979 and has penned scripts for the film Easy Wheels and Crimewave (co-written with the Coen brothers).
What is Sam Raimi’s Current Net worth?
According to some sources, Sam Raimi’s net worth is estimated to be worth $60 Million, and this is to be expected given that he is multi-talented and has directed many movies which were box office hits!
Raimi earns around $10 million annually and is one of the most productive directors in Hollywood. He has additionally gotten lots of awards in his career including Best Director Award Sitges – Catalan International Film Festival 1990, Prize of the International Critics’ Jury, Sitges – Catalan International Film Festival 1981, Time-Machine Honorary Award, Cognac Festival du Film Policier 1999,Sitges – Catalan International Film Festival 1992, Golden Raven Award, Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film 1993, Critics’ Award, Fantasporto 1993, Special Jury Prize, Best Director Award, Saturn Award 2004, Best Director Award, Empire Award 2004. So far, it is safe to say that Samuel Raimi is living a fulfilled life.