After several months of speculation, it is finally happening. Sony has agreed to share Spider-Man's film rights with Marvel Studios, meaning that Spider-Man will be featured in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man will make an appearance in Captain America: Civil War for 2016 and will later be featured in his own movie in 2017.
Five years after the release of 2007's "SPIDER-MAN 3", Sony Pictures and Marvel Films decided to release a new SPIDER-MAN movie. The latter proved not to be a third sequel to the 2002 movie, "SPIDER-MAN". Instead, it turned out to be a franchise re-boot featuring a new actor in the lead and the first film of a new series of films.
With Andrew Garfield now portraying Peter Parker aka Spider-Man and Marc Webb directing, "THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN" commenced upon an entirely new saga about the...
Mary Jane Watson, who doesn't know about her? Successful model/actress, Spidey's girlfriend later turned wife...If you're into Spider-man you at least must know about Mary Jane and her overall presence in the Spidey universe.
Yet for some inexplicable reason, it seems that Mary Jane has gathered a lot of hate in the recent years (while Gwen Stacy, Spidey's doomed girlfriend, has been placed on a pedestal), whether it be from poor reinterpretations of her, annoyed fans, or writers who just don't get her character.