Spider-Man: No Way Home hit theaters last month and has already passed $ 1 billion to become the sixth-highest-grossing film at the domestic box office. One of the biggest features of the Marvel movie has been the series from former Spider-Man stars. Not only did many former villains appear in the film, including Alfred Molina (Doc Ock), Willen Dafoe (Green Goblin) and Jamie Foxx (Electro), but fans were excited about the return of former Peter Parkers, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Rumors of the starring films began circulating a year before its release, and one star who was originally thought to be involved in the film was Kirsten Dunst, who played MJ opposite Maguire’s Spider-Man. Not only is Dunst not in the movie, but she admitted it recently People which she has not seen Spider-Man: No Way Home.
“I do not have that. I’m sorry!” Dunst replied with a laugh. “I know I have to. I know Tobey is in it, and it’s such a huge surprise, and everyone’s freaking out. I do. I’ll finally see it. You know, I “I want to see it with my son, because he’s starting to get into Spider-Man stuff. There’s like a little kid version of Spider-Man that he sees, so maybe he’s going to see it with me.”
In a previous interview with Weekly entertainment, Dunst revealed that she would be willing to return as an older version of her character.
“I wish they had put me in someone else. Like the old girl Mary Jane – why not?” Dunst explained. “I would do [another superhero movie]. It’s everyone else! “
It was not the first time Dunst shared this feeling. During The power of the dogs world premiere, Dunst was asked about a potential return in the wake of all the No way home rumors.
“I would do it. Why not? It would be fun,” Dunst said Variety. “I would never say no to anything like that … I would be old MJ at this point with little Spidey babies.”
Previously, Dunst refused to join No way home, which turned out to be true. However, there were some stars who had to lie. In fact, Garfield recently admitted The wrapping that it was a little fun to lie to the press.
“It was stressful, I do not want to lie,” Garfield said. “It was pretty stressful, but also strangely fun.” He added: “It was like this massive game Werewolf that I was playing with journalists and with people guessing and it was a lot of fun … There were moments where I thought, ‘God, I hate lying’. I do not like to lie, and I’m not a good liar, but I kept framing it as a game, and I kept imagining myself as a fan of that character, which is not hard to do. “
Spider-Man: No Way Home now playing in the cinema.