Tobey Maguire"s Spider-Man Almost Did Gwen Stacy"s Death 10 Years Before Andrew Garfield

Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy had Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) as Peter Parker’s (Tobey Maguire) love interest, but it almost added Gwen Stacy years before she appeared in Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider-Man, and she would have still been doomed to a tragic ending. Spider-Man is one of the most popular and beloved characters from Marvel Comics, but he had to go through many obstacles to make the jump from the comic book pages to the big screen. Spider-Man finally got his chance in 2002 thanks to Sam Raimi in the movie simply titled Spider-Man, which explored his origin story and saw him face his first villain: Norman Osborn a.k.a. Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe).
Spider-Man is credited for redefining the superhero genre and the summer blockbuster, and its success made way for two more movies, though not all of them were well-received. Spider-Man 2 is regarded as one of the best superhero movies to date, while Spider-Man 3 is widely considered the worst in the trilogy, but one good thing the trilogy did was continue the complicated romance between Peter and MJ, with Harry Osborn (James Franco) thrown into the mix to make a love triangle. However, Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy almost had another female character as a love interest for one of its male leads: Gwen Stacy, but she wasn’t going to have a happy ending.


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