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    Hilary Duff in Contention for Spider-Man Reboot

    Feels a bit like déjà vu from a year ago when every actress under the sun was rumored to be Black Cat for Spider-Man 4. With the newbie Webhead secured in Andrew Garfield, it's time to fill out the supporting players, including an as-yet-cast villain and the young dame to cause heartbreak and cock-teasing. In the case of this new iteration, we're talking about Gwen Stacey.

    In a piece focused on her home with husband Mike Comrie, the Globe & Mail gave away that former teen-star Hilary Duff is up for the role in the 3D reboot:

    "Although tastefully furnished (Comrie says he's unsure if anything is from The Brick), it is relatively humble by Beverly Hills standards. The kitchen contains evidence of their professional lives – his daily diet is posted on the fridge (from a bacon cheddar burrito for breakfast to five pigs-in-a-blanket as a nighttime snack) and a script marked 'Spiderman' sits on the table, with lines for a character simply called “girl” highlighted in yellow (rumours swirl about who Spidey's love interest will be in the series' next instalment.)"

    I'm sure there's no way they thought putting that spec of a detail wouldn't spike up the hit-counts for a post most normally wouldn't give any attention to! She's such a logical choice for Gwen too! I mean she already has blonde hair and all. She’s perfect!

    All power to her, but I'm not holding my breath expecting Marc Webb & Co. to go this way.

    Reader Comments (2)

    I hope this is a false rumour.

    09-7-2010 | Unregistered CommenterJosh Figueiredo

    And if this hapens, folks should eat crow regarding all the shite they put Kirsten Dunst through from the previous three films. Still it could have been a lot worse, this rumor. It could have been Megan Fox.

    09-12-2010 | Unregistered CommenterDarren J Seeley

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