We can’t fight gravity. We can’t fight nothing. My whole life, all I ever did was fight. But I can’t give up, neither. I can’t fight my own nature. That’s the paradox, John. You see? When I’m gone, they’ll just find another monster. They have to, because they have to justify their wages. Our time is passed, John.
iamhalsey: Happy birthday to my favorite rockstar. Ain’t nothing changed since the second we met. Still doing shots at 10 am and still singing our lungs out in the car to My Chem. Don’t think that I can explain it. 🌹💘
I’m 100% certain that when “Spider-Man Homecoming” drops, Zendaya’s character will be referred to as Michelle through most of the movie until it’s revealed she’s Mary Jane at the end. That’s a very Marvel-ly move.
Like, I can see it going like this.
Vulture is defeated and Peter is hanging out at Michelle’s place. Liz Allan, despite some flirting between her and Pete, decides that she just wants to be friends with him. Michelle sees Pete bummed out and tries to console him.
Just then, her mom comes in and says, “Mary Jane, come inside, food’s ready!”
Then Peter smiles and says, “Hmm…so it’s not ‘Michelle’ Watson, it’s Mary Jane Watson? Where’d Michelle come from?” And then Mary Jane gives some explanation, like it’s her middle name, her online name, the name of her favorite rockstar, she hates the name Mary Jane, etc., etc.
Mary and Pete are about to go inside but then they hear a bunch of sirens coming from down the street. Pete looks at Mary, looking for the okay, and she rolls her eyes before playfully saying, “Go get em tiger.”
And the movie ends with Pete swinging off.
(Then the mid-credit scene shows the symbiote landing on Earth and the post-credit scene shows Mary Jane bumping into Gwen Stacy)