No Mary Jane in 'Spider-Man' Reboot

November 06, 2010 03:43:40 GMT

Despite plans to feature two female leads, filmmakers reportedly decide to stick with one love interest after casting Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy.



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There won't be a love triangle in "Spider-Man" reboot as predicted before. After long reports that the movie will feature two love interests of Peter Parker, Mary Jane and Gwen Stacy, "an individual familiar with the project" has now told TheWrap the red-haired girl will not appear in the upcoming film.

In fact, MJ is not and was never featured in the script written by James Vanderbilt. Though so, the site says there were indeed some discussions about Emma Stone playing MJ. However, after she is cast as Gwen Stacy, "the filmmakers decide to trust their instincts and stick with one love interest."

Stone will be seen playing opposite Andrew Garfield who has been tapped to portray Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Rhys Ifans is cast as a villainous character whose name has not been revealed, and Martin Sheen will play Peter's Uncle Ben. Sally Field may join as Aunt May.

This untitled Spider-Man reboot has Marc Webb on board to serve behind the lens. No official storyline is released for the action superhero film, which is due July 3, 2012 in the U.S. The project has gotten December start date.

© AceShowbiz.com




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posted by KING on Nov 08, 2010
idk, i think the triangle woulda been good. i still dont see the point of a reboot. its stupid and dumb. sony is slacking on that. but watever. lol. we'll see in trailers and previews how it is in a year or so. sony jus tryna shy away from anything done with the original trilogy

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