|Mary Jane Watson|
|Bio: (From Wiki, temporarily. MJ is set around the end of the first movie.) Mary Jane is Peter Parker's childhood and high school crush and only sweetheart. At the time, she was dating the high school bully, Flash Thompson. Flash and MJ break up at their high school grad ceremony. Mary Jane begins to pursue a career in acting, but she secretly waitresses at a diner, after being rejected at an audition. Parker's friend, Harry Osborn (who's also had a crush on her for a time), is her first boyfriend after leaving high school, but she falls in love with Parker and his alter-ego, Spider-Man. She shares a passionate kiss with Spider-Man while he is suspended upside down after he saves her from a gang of thugs in the rain. Mary Jane begins to grow more distant from Harry, denying his advances. Her feelings for Parker grow when he tells her what he supposedly told Spider-Man about her. After Harry sees Peter and MJ holding hands in the hospital room of Aunt May, he gets angry and breaks up with her.|
Harry's father Norman Osborn (who is also the Green Goblin) knows of Spider-Man's secret identity and finds out about his feelings for Mary Jane from his son. He kidnaps her and holds her over the Queensboro Bridge, telling Spider-Man that he must choose between her and a group of children caught in the Roosevelt Island tram car. Spider-Man manages to save both Mary Jane and the children. At the end of the film, Mary Jane tells Peter that she loves him and they kiss. She states that when she was over the bridge she thought about Peter. She's realized that he was always there for her. However, Peter shies away from her as he is afraid for her safety, and thus does not want to get involved with her. MJ is heartbroken by his rejection, but realizes that her kiss with Peter reminded her of the one she shared with Spider-Man and, in a way, suspects that he is the hero.
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