Just in time for Valentine's Day, tribute is finally paid to one of the most romantic kisses in the history of cinema: Kristen Dunst and Tobey Maguire's upside-down, rain-soaked liplock in 2002's "Spider-Man."
The ladies love that stuff, which might sound like the kind of thing you'd hear out of the mouths of some dumb frat brothers, but pranksters Stuart Edgington and Nick Garrett put the theory to the test at Utah State University. Suddenly, life imitated art, when Spidey showed up to send some spidey senses down the spines of campus girls ready to give that iconic kiss an Irl test run.
So...would you let yourself get caught in Spidey's web embrace? »
- Eliot Glazer
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