Marvel Spider Man Homecoming 2017 Reveal: Mary Jane With Super Powers?

The hype is on for Spider-Man Homecoming 2017. It's very first preview is already out and it positively did not dishearten the fans around the globe. As we all waiting for the movie to hit the cinemas, there are stories online about Mary Jane will be in the movie and she will have her own superhero character.

For the recap, Mary Jane Watson or MJ, she is the love concentration of Peter Parker in the first movie run of Spider-Man. It was back then when Tobey Maguire was the actor portraying the superhero. MJ, on the other hand, was played by Kirsten Dunst.

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Rumor has it that MJ is going to have an entrance in the upcoming movie. Not only that, she is also said to have superhero capabilities like Peter. This info may come as a surprise, but yes, it is all true. MJ is going to be a superhero.

Reports deep-rooted that MJ will have spider powers like Peter. But, it will not take place in the Spider-Man Homecoming 2017 movie. Mary Jane is not smoothly included in the list of cast for the film. So, question is, when did she have powers?

Per ComicBook, MJ will gain superhero skills in the series Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #2. It is already the second part of the series. The first chapter determined when Spider-Man overcome Regent with the help of MJ and their offspring Annie. But as the whole family work together, the final two have established their own spider abilities.

Even though all of them having powers appear to be a great thing, the Parkers will face a dilemma. They must decide to divide the tasks of shielding the city. Peter does not want his family to be in risk, but MJ wants to help her partner all the time.

Sadly, MJ is not going to give the impression in the upcoming Spider-Man Homecoming 2017 film. But, it is upright to know that she still be present in other Spider-Man series. Share your views in the comment section below.

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