21.05.2012 [TheaterMania.com] - By Dan Bacalzo • May 21, 2012 • New York City Reeve Carney and Rebecca Faulkenberry, who respectively star as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson in the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark at the Foxwoods Theatre, posed with Dr.
30.05.2012 [Broadway World] - Reeve Carney, Patrick Page, and Rebecca Faulkenberry continue in their roles as “Peter Parker/Spider-Man”, “Norman Osborn/Green Goblin”, and “Mary Jane Watson” respectively. BroadwayWorld was on hand for Lenk's opening night curtain call and brings you
11.05.2012 [TheaterMania.com] - Lenk joins a cast that also includes Reeve Carney as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Patrick Page as The Green Goblin, and Rebecca Faulkenberry as Mary Jane Watson. Scenic designer George Tsypin and costume designer Eiko Ishioka were recently nominated for
26.05.2012 [Broadway World] - ... juggle the demands of high school and home life, while battling The Green Goblin and his band of super villains as they try to take down New York City and destroy everything Peter holds dear – including the beautiful girl-next-door, Mary Jane Watson.
10.10.2009 by Rich Drees Â Toby Maguire and Kirsten Dunst are already signed to return to the franchise as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and love interest Mary Jane Watson respectively. There is no word as to whether any of the other supporting actors will be back, ...
02.06.2012 [New York Post] - In court papers, Taymor also claims that the book “theatricalizes in novel ways the familiar story of Peter Parker and his love interest Mary Jane Watson.” But “Spider-Man's” producers argue that Taymor doesn't deserve more money, partly because in its
02.06.2012 [Gamesaktuell.de] - Anders als in der Spider-Man Trilogie von Sam Raimi wird nicht Mary Jane Watson Peters Freundin sein sondern Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone). Rhys Ifans verkörpert Dr. Curt Connors, einen Wissenschaftler, der aufgrund eines fehlgeschlagenen Experiments zu
30.05.2012 [Playbill.com] - Reeve Carney, Patrick Page and Rebecca Faulkenberry continue in their roles as Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Norman Osborn/Green Goblin and Mary Jane Watson, respectively. Katrina Lenk , Reeve Carney and Rebecca Faulkenberry.
30.05.2012 [The Outhouse] - ... drawn by heathen artist Mike Perkins is not a problem for Marvel, which already has a history of destroying fictional straight marriages such as the one between Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson in the pages of Spider-Man's One More Day storyline.
31.05.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - All told, he has written: Amazing Spider-Man #546-548 (the initial Brand New story arc, setting up Peter Parker's new status quo), 559-561 (the re-introduction of Mary Jane Watson into the title), 568-573 (the New Ways to Die storyline, bringing Norman
23.05.2012 [Entertainment Weekly] - Mary Jane Watson is out, Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy is in. For those unfamiliar with the Spidey comics, Gwen is Peter's first true love. Garfield and Stone had never met before she auditioned for the part. But the actress says she and her costar had
22.05.2012 [Comic Book Resources] - ... 6 contributor Graeme McMillan reminds us that it could be worse by taking us back in time to 1987 and “the tongue-in-cheek ceremony” at Shea Stadium for Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson — officiated by Stan Lee, and attended by 50000 baseball fans.
23.05.2012 [Comicbook.com (blog)] - Notably absent from the wedding photo montage is Spider-Man and Mary Jane Watson, who were married in the 1980s but whose relationship was not only dissolved but removed from the Marvel Universe's collective memory by Mephisto in the controversial One