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No Way Home’ But Was Not Asked

Kirsten Dunst would’ve liked to have been part of Spider-Man: No Way Home had she been asked to reprise her role of Mary Jane Watson.

In a new interview, Dunst revealed she would have agreed to have been part of the MCU that saw Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprise their Pater Parker roles alongside current Spider-Man Tom Holland.

“No, no. I would have,” Dunst told British GQ after they asked if anyone had reached out to reprise her role.

Although Dunst says she has not seen the 2021 film directed by Jon Watts, she says it would’ve been interesting to see her Mari Jane and Maguire’s Peter Parker reuniting.

“It would be funny to be like, OK, let’s take Tobey [Maguire] and I and do it in a weird indie way where it’s like a different kind of superhero film,” she said. “Like how they did that movie Chronicle. It could be cool.”

Dunst was referencing the 2012 found footage thriller film Chronicle, directed by Josh Trank, about three high school students who bond after gaining telekinetic powers.

The Civil War star also told the publication that she would like to do another superhero movie because “you get paid a lot of money,” and she’s not shy about being so blunt about it.

About her experience being part of the Marvel film trilogy, Dunst said, “It was more innocent” back then, adding, “Sam Raimi was like a cult director, so it felt like we were making an indie disguised as a superhero film.”

After the first Spider-Man was released, Dunst reprised her character in the 2004 sequel and Spider-Man 3 in 2007.

Raimi recently addressed rumors he was working on a fourth film in that timeline with Maguire and Dunst, saying in an interview with CBR, “I’m not actually working on it yet. I mean, Marvel and Columbia are so successful with current Spider-Man [movies], and the track there, and I don’t know that they’re going to go back to me, and say, ‘Well, folks, we can also tell that story!’”

“I haven’t talked to Tobey about it, but maybe Marvel has, or Columbia Pictures,” Raimi continued. “But, I just worked with Marvel on a movie called Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. So, I’m on great terms with them. I’m sure I would hear about it if it was in the works. I think so. I don’t know.”

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