This Mary Jane has no time for any Peter Parker but Tobey Maguire.
Kirsten Dunst co-starred in director Sam Raimi's three "Spider-Man" movies from 2002-2007, and she's still casually shading the reboots -- not only Tom Holland in the upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming," but also "The Amazing Spider-Man" movies with Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone.
Basically, everyone else can sit down.
When asked for her opinion on the Spider-Man reboot, she was also pretty unequivocal. 'We made the best ones, so who cares? I'm like, "You make it all you want." They're just milking that cow for money. It's so obvious. You know what I mean?'
Some fans are taking those comments very seriously, especially as a direct attack on the MCU's reboot with Tom Holland, but she's just being loyal to her own team -- and probably with a laugh, since she's not confusing any of this with brain surgery.
Dunst shared similar mild insults when talking to Variety about how her career took off when she was cast as Mary Jane in Raimi's "Spider-Man."
"I wanted to be in that movie so badly. I loved it, and I wish we could have made a fourth."
Here's what she had to say about the new films:
She's ambivalent about Sony's decision to keep rebooting the franchise, now in its third iteration. "I don't care," she says of the reboots, admitting she didn't see the last installment. "Everyone likes our 'Spider-Man.' C'mon, am I right or what? Listen, I'd rather be in the first ones than the new ones."
So, like many commenters on the Internet, she says she doesn't care, but does care just enough to throw some shade. It's a good thing this Mary Jane isn't at Peter Parker's high school in "Homecoming," 'cause she'd probably scare him more than Vulture.
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