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No Way Home is another version of the character

Spider-Man: No Way Home will star JK Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson, but this version of the Daily Bugle boss will be different than before.


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After a brief but impactful re-introduction in Spider-Man: Far From Home. However, it was Simmons who said that Jameson’s version in Spider-Man: There’s no way home won’t be exactly what the fans remember.


Spider-Man: There’s no way home Where will I get it? Away from home was left behind, with the entire world now fully aware of the wall crawler’s true identity after Jameson exposed Peter Parker in a public statement. Jameson’s appearance in Away from homeThe post-credits scene of this clip is a welcome surprise, as Simmons portrays J. Jonah Jameson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man Movie considered by many to be the perfect depiction of the iconic Daily Bugle editor and publisher.

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Of course, because these Spider-Man Movie With Tobey Maguire As the wall crawler, fans have correctly assumed that this version of Jameson is radically different from the version of Simmons portrayed in the Raimi trilogy. However, it seems that the difference between the two versions of Jameson doesn’t just stem from the fact that they come from different universes. “I think it’s a slightly different version, and certainly from the creators of this current repeat story, it’s a very different character,” Simmons said in an interview with the Happy Sad Confused podcast. “For me, it’s a slightly different character. It’s the same guy with shaggy hair, the same guy with little hair.”



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However, while Spider-Man: There’s no way homeJameson’s version will be different from the version that fans remember, Simmons noted that he still feels it’s important to capture the essence of the character in the comics. Be a fan of both Marvel Comics and original Spiderman trilogy of works recall, Jameson is often portrayed as a vocal and stern critic of the web-slinger. “The most important thing is that he’s still the same rude guy, and he’s got the same damn mustache – or almost like it – and at least the cigars,” added Simmons. “And when it comes to that character, he’s just a light-hearted comedy that’s been brought into the film in a lighthearted way.”


Despite Jameson’s rough personality, he has shown that he cares about his employees at Bugle. In a key scene for the first time Spiderman where to film? Willem Dafoe’s Green Elves Threatening Jameson’s life in hopes of getting him to reveal his origins for the Spider-Man pictures published by the newspaper, the Daily Bugle boss refused to name Peter Parker.

It seems unlikely that the MCU’s Jameson will defend Holland’s Peter Parker as he believes Spider-Man is responsible for killing Mysterio. That said, maybe Simmon’s Jameson will shine to Daily Bugle’s newest intern, Betty Brandt.


Spider-Man: There’s no way home slated to hit theaters on December 17, 2021.

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