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Tobey Maguire Biography

Tobey Maguire plays Peter Parker and his webslinging alter ego in Spider-Man 2. Get to know the young actor behind the famous red and blue suit. Back to Article

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tastan99teodoro
tastan99teodoro wrote:
2011-08-24 15:20:17 -0700

wow he is awesome Hippie

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Who'd U Like to Be Saved By?

  • Spider-Man for sure cuz the mask thing is sexy!
  • Super-Man so we can fly away together.
  • Batgirl cuz I'm a guy.
  • Dark Angel cuz she's my angel.

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