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Dunst Demands Asset Reduction For Spider-Man 2 Videogame 90

Posted by simoniker
from the too-much-is-too-much dept.
Thanks to IOL.ie for its article discussing actress Kirsten Dunst's issues in approving her videogame likeness for Activision's Spider-Man 2 game. According to the lengthy news story, "The actress was asked to give her approval for the sequel's new merchandise and had to chastise the game's saucy creators." Although the Treyarch-developed Xbox/PS2/GameCube game has been well-received, certain dimensional inaccuracies were less appreciated by Ms.Dunst, as she explains, regarding her character Mary Jane Watson: "I got to approve the video game, the way she looks. They made her boobs gigantic. I was like, 'Tone down the boobs, please!' It was a little ridiculous."
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Dunst Demands Asset Reduction For Spider-Man 2 Videogame

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Monday July 19, 2004 @10:17AM (#9738123)
    Her entire acting career?

    You're aware she was in a few movies before Spiderman, right?

    Like "Interview with the Vampire" when she was maybe nine, twelve years old. I can't be bothered to look up how old she was, but that movie certainly didn't focus on her breasts. I don't know her filmography, but you could look it up on IMDB if you're that interested.

    Anyway...the "infamous" scene from the first Spiderman movie doesn't really have anything that risque. She was in the rain...yup, wet t-shirt contest, but it's not that (bad/good). Watch it again, you'll see what I mean. It's really a very short sequence with her "bouncing" in the rain. Like two seconds. Very disappointing ;)

    Watch the credits on "The Man Show" to see something more interesting.
  • Re:Yeah right. (Score:2, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday July 19, 2004 @12:07PM (#9739172)
    "...I saw the model of mj in discussion , I will be honest: I didnt noticed anything "gigantic" in her model ..."

    DUH, she had them tone it down. That's the whole point of this "news" post.

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