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Thursday, 29 March 2012

Kirsten Dunst will now stop swinging around with her old on-screen boyfriend Tobey Maguire, who plays the role of Peter Parker/Spiderman in the Spiderman movie series, and "Hang Around" the New York skyline by herself.

A source associated with the film has revealed some minor spoilers. According to the source, a small intimate encounter between Mary Jane(Kirsten Dunst) and Peter Parker/Spiderman(Tobey Maguire) leaves M.J. with the Mutant D.N.A. growing inside her belly. Peter Parker leaves her after the night due to an arguement between the two, regarding the size of Peter Parker's 'endowment'. However, 9 Months after the encounter, M.J. gives birth to a baby daughter and names her Mona Parker. Now Mona grows up with two very special gifts from her parents. She looks exactly like her mother, Mary Jane, and has her father's spider-powers. Thus, she becomes the Spider-Woman.

The spider-woman fills her father's shoes and fights crime all around the streets of New York. Soon, new evil powers begin to surface around the city and it leaves Mona trying to use her amazing gifts as a super-hero(ine)/seductress to fight the bad guys.

A very young audience is extremely excited to see a new pair of b**bies swinging around the city fighting crime. The movie might prove to be every guy's dream of amazing action, super effects, monster guns and bombs and babe fights. The movie is slated for release in early 2013.

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