Emma Stone has revealed she may appear in more Spider-Man films.
The Zombieland actress, who plays Peter Parker's love interest Gwen Stacy in Marc Webb's Spider-Man reboot, hinted about signing up for more movies, despite her character suffering a tragic end in the graphic novel.
Talking about her blonde hairdo on The Late Night Show With Jay Leno, she said: "There are a few Spider-Men, so I may have to keep at it for a couple of years."
Emma, who is up for a Golden Globe gong following her performance in teen comedy Easy A, also spoke about her gruelling training for the Spider-Man role.
"It's pretty brutal," she told the US chat show host.
"I didn't play sports at school, I have no hand-eye coordination. I had no idea how weak I was, until my trainer made me do really basic things like one push-up. I could only do half of one!"
The 22-year-old has had to turn down training with Andrew Garfield, who portrays the webbed superhero.
"The other day, after work, I was supposed to work out with our trainer and Andrew said, 'Would it be ok if I worked out with you guys?' I was like, 'No, that would not be ok'," she recalled.
"He said, 'Why? It'll be a bonding experience'. I said, 'Because you can lift a car and I am a weakling beyond belief'. We're on two completely different ends of the spectrum."