image credit Sure, most people have heard of Marie Curie and Rosalind Franklin, Jane Goodall and Sally Ride. But for every female scientist whose work has been recognized and celebrated, there are thousands who have been accidentally or purposefully forgotten.Here are 12 incredible women you've never heard of who changed science forever. The Presurfer
The word marijuana has a rotten history. Weed, pot, ganja, bud, herb, grass, green, dank, Cali, Dutchie, hippie lettuce, Mary Jane. That sticky icky icky herb goes by many different names, but the most common is of course, “marijuana.”...Show More Summary
The shooting deaths of Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, and five police officers in Dallas, has inspired producer-director Salim Akil to write an open letter to his 12-year-old son. In a guest column for the July 22 issue of The Hollywood...Show More Summary
Mary Jane saved Spider-Man and Iron Man this week as the Iron Spider, and CBR spotlights a dozen other times she became a hero and saved the day.
Was Mary Jane and Peter Parker's baby originally meant to live? And who was the visual inspiration for Wolverine?
In this week's CBLR, was Mary Jane and Peter's baby originally going to live? Who was the visual inspiration for Wolverine? And who was DC's recent Terra going to be originally?
It's been known as Mary Jane, ganja, Chronic and even the sticky icky and has been featured in countless movies, including one that warned of its dangers, "Reefer Madness." Now, marijuana is the subject of a contemporary history and science exhibit. "Altered State: Marijuana in California," a one-of-its-kind...
With Earth's heroes missing, MJ gears up to take on Regent in Dan Slott and Giuseppe Camuncoli's "Amazing Spider-Man #15.
When we first met Malia Obama, she was a little kid wearing pink barrettes and patent leather mary janes. But since she first came to the White House, the girl has grown up. Now, she is arguably as much of a style icon as her mama. The...Show More Summary
fawnvelveteen: Mary Jane Russell is wearing a ball gown of cotton shot with Lurex by Mainbocher and jewelry by Verdura, photo by Louise Dahl-Wolfe for Harper’s Bazaar Nov. 1951
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 [...]
(PG-13 Language) Dave Grohl regales us with a hilarious anecdote about meeting Sir Paul McCartney and Taylor Swift, then turns in a heartfelt solo acoustic performance of the Foo Fighters’ classic Best of You during the Cannes Lions 2016 festival of creativity.
Will The Flash‘s use of the Flashpoint storyline have an impact on the next season of Arrow? Is Ghost Rider coming to Agents of SHIELD next season? Why did Viola Davis want to pepper spray Jared Leto on the Suicide Squad set? What does...Show More Summary
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?