Spider-Man's neighborhood just got a little friendlier - he's found his Mary Jane Watson. Sony has offered the coveted role to "Zombieland" star Emma Stone.
The actress nabbed the part ahead of a gaggle of competing young women, including "Glee"'s Dianna Agron and "Alice in Wonderland" star Mia Wasikowska. She'll star alongside Andrew Garfield's Peter Parker in the new "Spider-Man" reboot from director Marc Webb.
Kirsten Dunst played the role in the first trilogy of films, with Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man.
All isn't lost for the girls who missed out on the Mary Jane part, though. Gwen Stacy - played by Bryce Dallas Howard in the third film of the previous trilogy - will be a bigger character in this film as Spidey's high school love interest. Agron and Wasikowska, alongside other hopefuls Georgina Hair and Dominique McElligott, are still up for that role.
Of course, once the damsels have been cast, it'll be time to create some distress, and Deadline says casting for villain roles will begin shortly. Venom - seen in "Spider-Man 3" - may return, and they've reportedly been looking at Philip Seymour Hoffman for the part.