Tag Archives: Mary Jane

Kirsten Dunst approves of new ‘Spider-Man’ film

HollywoodNews.com: Kirsten Dunst played Mary Jane in the Tobey Maguire ‘Spider-Man’ films and while a new film is set to come out, she is approving of it. Dunst admitted that fans will still feel connected to the Maguire films, but that a new generation needs their own ‘Spider-Man’ films, states UsMagazine.com.[...]

Spider Man on broadway is casting for new female leads

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“Spider Man” keeps on changing tactics

By Roger Friedman HollywoodNews.com: “Spider Man: Turn off the Dark” is now using understudies instead of its leads for regular performances. Two sources tell me that an announcement was made to the cast and crew that Reeve Carney, who plays Peter Parker, Jennifer Damiano (Mary Jane), and Patrick Page (Green[...]

Recap: the most memorable comic book-film trailers from the last 10 years

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: It’s hard to believe that it’s been ten years since the modern comic book movie revival kicked off with “X-Men” and (kinda-sorta) “Unbreakable.” With the lukewarm response to the trailers to “Thor” and “Green Lantern,” and the Nolan “Batman” franchise wrapping up, we may just be on[...]

‘The Twilight Saga: Eclipse’ is an improvement-by-default

By Scott Mendelson HollywoodNews.com: I’m probably one of six people on the planet who preferred Spider-Man 3 to Spider-Man 2. The second Spider-Man picture is arguably the better film. It’s better written, better acted, and contains moments of real pathos and drama (Aunt May’s birthday present to Peter, Peter confessing his[...]

Spider Man Musical increases budget to $51 million

By Roger Friedman “Spider Man: Turn off the Dark” is up to $51 million in budget. Or $52 million, depending on who’s talking. What’s a million difference among friends? The troubled show, long anticipated, is also going to take a risk. With the departures of actors Alan Cumming and Evan Rachel Wood,[...]

Spider Man Broadway Show Promised for Fall (Or Winter)

BY ROGER FRIEDMAN “Spider Man: Turn off the Dark” is coming. Really. This fall. Original producer David Garfinkle tells me the $45 million Julie Taymor-U2 extravaganza has its money in place. There will be announcements shortly concerning a schedule and a replacement for Evan Rachel Wood, who bowed out of the part[...]