Gillian Greene Files for Divorce From Sam Raimi After 30-Year Marriage

Gillian Greene, wife of ‘Spider-Man’ director Sam Raimi, has filed for divorce after three decades of marriage, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE. The filing, citing irreconcilable differences, was submitted to the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, on 8th May. While their marriage date is listed as September 17, 1993, the date of separation remains undetermined.

Greene, aged 56, has requested spousal support, termination of Raimi’s ability to receive alimony, and coverage of her attorney fees. There is no mention of a prenuptial agreement. Both Raimi, aged 64 and Greene’s representatives have been contacted for comment by PEOPLE.

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Besides his work on the Spider-Man franchise, Raimi has directed various other films, including ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’, ‘The Gift’, and ‘For Love of the Game’. In April, Netflix acquired worldwide rights to Raimi’s upcoming project, ‘Don’t Move’, where he will serve as producer. 

The film features Kelsey Asbille and Finn Wittrock and tells the story of a seasoned serial killer injecting a grieving woman with a paralytic agent in an isolated forest.

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Regarding rumours about his involvement in ‘Spider-Man 4’, Raimi responded in an interview with Comic Book Resources, stating he had not heard about it and was not currently working on it. He expressed admiration for the new Spider-Man movies but was unsure if Marvel and Columbia Pictures would revisit his previous Spider-Man storyline.

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