Kirsten Dunst Is Ready To Join The MCU As MJ: "Please Put Me In!"

Spider-Man: No Way Home, the highly anticipated superhero movie produced by Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures, is now available for purchase digitally. It carries on the storyline of Tom Holland's Spider-Man in the MCU and presents gigantic and exciting surprises to Spider-Man fans, much more than the previous chapters did.
The film had many moments aimed at exalting the audience. In addition to the now well-known appearance of the previous live-action cinematic incarnations of Spider-Man, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, it also included the returns of almost every villain from their respective films: Green Goblin, Doctor Octopus, Sandman, Lizard and Electro.
However, despite the return of so many characters, some fans are still disappointed by the absence of Kirsten Dunst, who played Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, and Emma Stone, who starred as Gwen Stacy in Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-man franchise.

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About a year before the theatrical release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, their appearance in the film, even in the form of a simple cameo, was almost for certain among tons of rumors and photos that were thought to come from the additional shots that involved the two actresses. But shortly thereafter, Dunst denied these rumors, claiming that she would not be in the movie. And unlike Charlie Cox and Andrew Garfield, that time she was honest.
Even so, the actress still expressed her interest in a future entry into the MCU. In fact, a month after the release of No Way Home, she said that organizing her return would be "child's play" and also teased a possible reunion with Tobey Maguire.
In a recent interview with Backstage, when asked about a possible return as Mary Jane, the actress said: "You know I’d join that multiverse! I feel like I’m the only one that hasn’t joined it. I’m like, ‘Please put me in. Put me in the lineup.’ I need to pay for my house and kids."

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Regarding her career future, Dunst shared: "I’ll probably stay in the less-structured zone of acting and filmmaking. I like when it feels alive. The jobs that don’t pay you are the best ones.”
Could we see Dunst's MJ again in the future Spider-man projects? Now with the multiverse, anything is possible!
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