"The next one will be it. I'm only contracted to 3 and don't see myself signing for a 4th or a 5th," says Dunst, emphatically. Asked if she would love to see her Mary Jane character killed off in Spider-Man 3, Dunst laughs. "It would actually be really interesting if SPIDER-MAN died. Why doesn't the superhero ever die? I think if Mary Jane was alone, pregnant and he died, she could give birth to a spider baby and carry on the series with another young boy or something like that. I doubt Tobey Maguire would come back for a 4th or a 5th either."
Friday, July 16, 2004
Mary Jane in more ways than one...
I was going to spread the good news that the 1967 Spiderman cartoon is out, or that the first season of Batman the Animated series is out, but I can't. Why? Because Kirsten Dunst, that's right Mary Jane, decided to show us that she has been smoking too much of her namessake. Okay, it's fine that she doesn't want to be in Spiderman 4 or 5, cool. But I think this is a bit excessive.
© Christian Lindke