Tobey Maguire beats the summer heat by stepping out to grab coffee on Wednesday (June 22) in New York City. In a recent interview with GlamourUK, Elizabeth Banks revealed that she auditioned for the role of Mary Jane in the original Spider-Man franchise, where Tobey played the superhero. “I was told I was too old [...]
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Joining the ranks of similarly “sophisticated” female stars like Olivia Wilde and Maggie Gyllenhaal, Elizabeth Banks has revealed that she was once told she was “too old” to play the love interest of an actor who less than two years her junior. Show More Summary
Though Banks ended up playing the lovable Betty Brant, she was initially up for the higher-profile role of Mary Jane Watson.
Before being given the role of Betty Brant in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies, Elizabeth Banks also auditioned to play Mary Jane Watson, Spidey's main love interest. Here's the reason she didn't get the role, according to her.
Another day, another actress facing ageism of Hollywood. Actress Elizabeth Banks sat down with Glamour, revealing she was deemed "too old" to play Mary Jane in the 2002 Spider-Man franchise, despite being only 28 years old — barelyShow More Summary
Elizabeth Banks claims Sony told her she was "too old" to play Mary Jane Watson.
In a new Glamour UK interview, actress and director Elizabeth Banks revealed that she tried out for the role of Spider-Man’s love interest, Mary Jane Watson, in 2002’s Spider-Man. Spoiler: She didn’t get it because, at the decrepit age of 28, she was basically Baba Yaga compared to leading-man Tobey ... More »
With recent hints that the dissolution of Peter Paker and Mary Jane Watson's marriage may not last, would you like to see a return of the old status quo?
Could Marvel's recent reality-altering events result in a restoration of Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson's marriage?
New York -- We didn't find Mary Jane, but we did find CBD. Leaders of the legalized marijuana and hemp industries flocked to New York City's Jacob Javitz Center this week for the Cannabis World Congress & Business Expo, and the mood there was clearly upbeat. The prevailing thought: Countrywide legalization is coming. Show More Summary
Karlie Kloss isn't the only one living in her Mary Jane shoes this season. Supermodel Kate Moss is also on board with the trend, and you bet we are too. When the simple design looks as good with a pair of denim shorts as it does with...Show More Summary
Gabrielle Union responded to rumors that she is pregnant with husband Dwyane Wade’s baby. The Being Mary Jane actress took to Twitter after reports that she was expecting and set the record straight with fans. According to Gabrielle, there is no NBA baby on the way. Show More Summary
A small army of Hillary Clinton supporters had taken over Mary Jane Wagle’s home in the Venice canals. It was nothing new for her. Wagle, 65, a former president and chief executive of Planned Parenthood Los Angeles, is a longtime Democrat activist. She was happy to see so many like-minded people...
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Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane is an overlooked and underrated classic that ran in multiple forms from 2004-2007, and broke the mold for what a superhero comic released by a major publisher could be. Originally by writer Sean McKeever and...Show More Summary
She's flying back into town in a follow-up that's set to take place in Depression-era London with a grown-up Jane and Michael Banks.
After months of searching, Being Mary Jane finally has a new showrunner. BET has scored former The Good Wife executive producer Erica Shelton Kodish to take over for the show's creator and departing showrunner Mara Brock Akil, as well as director Salim Akil. Also joining as executive producer is Will ... More »
BET has set a new leadership team for "Being Mary Jane." The cable network's flagship drama, thrown a bit of a curveball by creators and executive producers Mara Brock and Salim Akil leaving for a production deal at Warner Brothers, welcomes Will Packer and Erica Shelton Kodish for the upcoming fourth season. Show More Summary