“Spider-Man No Way Home“, Known in Spanish as” Spider-Man: Sin camino a casa “, is one of the most anticipated films of this 2021, as it will solve many doubts that remained on the air after the end of” Spider-Man: Far From Home “.
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The 2019 film aired one of the most shocking post-credit scenes in the entire history of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it brought back to the franchise nothing more and nothing less than J. Jonah Jameson, the editor of a fictional New York newspaper who runs a smear campaign against Spider-Man.
This character is played by the actor J.K. Simmons, who repeats his role from the original trilogy that premiered between 2002 and 2007. His return has raised many questions from fans, especially for the version that he will adopt in the next installment.
THE TRUE IDENTITY OF J. JONAH JAMESON
Jameson’s appearance has sparked the curiosity of viewers and “Spider-Man No Way Home” he hopes to answer every question. In order not to leave the public submerged in uncertainty, Simmons himself revealed an important detail of his character in the podcast Happy, Sad, Confused.
JK SIMMONS TALKS ABOUT HIS ROLE IN THE MOVIE
The interpreter of J. Jonah Jameson expressed that the version seen in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is a variant of the character he played in the original trilogy:
“You know what? I think it is a slightly different version [..] Certainly, from the creators of the current version of the story, he is a very different character. For me, he is a slightly different character. He is the same braggart; the same guy with less hair. Honestly, I wish he had the same hair … More importantly, he’s still the same braggart and has the same damn mustache and cigar, at least. As is appropriate for that character, it is a bit of comic relief that is lightly sprinkled on the film. “
SOME DIFFERENCES OF THE CHARACTER
This version of Jameson will not continue in a newspaper, but will be developed on a live broadcast channel, through which he will have the public riled up in a modern way. With the use of technology, the subject will continually try to hurt Spider-Man, making him look like an even more evil villain than in the previous films.