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Actress in Talks to Play Mary Jane Watson in Amazing Spider-Man Sequel

That’s right – an actress is currently confirmed to be in talks with Sony to play Mary Jane Watson in the Amazing Spider-Man sequel! Find out who inside!

True to the Comics?

So you may be wondering why Mary Jane Watson is needed in the Amazing Spider-Man sequel. Peter Parker already has a love interest, right? Well, an actress is being eyed up for the role and that a number of implications for what will happen in the sequel.

For a start it could indicate the movie will be truer to the comics, at least in terms of Peter Parker’s love life. In the comics, and spoiler alert here, Gwen Stacy is killed by the Green Goblin and it seems the inclusion of the Mary Jane Watson character into the sequel could mean a similar fate for Gwen in the movie. To further add fuel to this particular fire, Emma Stone has already said in an interview that she thinks her character ought to be killed off, so that’s her fate pretty much set in stone.

So Who is it?

Shailene Woodley in talks to play Mary Jane Watson in Amazing Spider-Man Sequel

So to quit speculating, the actress in talks for the Mary Jane Watson role is none other than The Descendants star Shailene Woodley.

The latest webslinger outing will hit the cinema screens May 2nd 2014.

What Do You Think?

What do you think? Will the Amazing Spider-Man sequel conform to the comic book convention and kill off Gwen Stacy? Do you think Shailene Woodley is a good choice for the Mary Jane Watson role? Let me know in the comments section below – it’d be awesome to hear your opinion!


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via Variety

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