Kevin Feige explains missing cameos in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Watch out! In this news you will find important spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home. If you haven’t seen the movie we recommend our review and that you go see her to the movies as soon as possible.

Spider-Man: No Way Home has turned upside down the international box office, raising more than 600 million dollars and breaking records everywhere. While the nets of the wall-crawler they mix with other Marvel shows and Sony celebrates the legacy of a saga full of sequels and sub-sagas, No Way Home try plan a new future for the character by paying tribute to the 19-year-old movie hero and almost all of his characters. We highlight: almost all. Why didn’t Kirsten Dunst show up?

Kevin Feige explains the reasons for the characters who have been left out of No Way Home

The ribbon signed by Jon Watts He has gathered different enemies and heroes of vital importance in the saga of the wall-crawler. After many rumors, in the end the versions of Spider-Man in the cinema were reunited, with Tom Holland fighting side by side alongside Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire, closing the circle and presenting the respectable with the possibility of enjoying a free fan service buffet. In addition, the film told us how the Green Goblin by Willem Dafoe, Dr. Octopus by Alfred Molina and Electro by Jamie Foxx (among others), they fought against heroes and their own demons, converging plots, quarrels and stories in a final peak at the Statue of Liberty. But, What happened to the roles of Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy? Why have they not mattered when they are vital to their respective wall-crawlers?

In an interview at the New York Times (va Cinemana), Kevin Feige, boss of Marvel Studios, has clarified these absences. Although Dunst was not very up for the job, was always open to participate in some cameo given the importance these films had in her career. Feige has explained that these types of cameos were not included in the final script to give more clarity to the story, seeking a balance between the claims of the fandom and narration.

Feige did not want to plague the film with cameos: he wanted the story to make sense and not suffer

“When people see the movie, they will understand”Feige explained, indicating that the intention of the story around Peter Parker and his evolution was always clear. Both Watts and Amy Pascal and the makers of the script, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, wanted to emphasize Parker’s senior year of high school. “We wanted Peter Parker’s last year of high school not to be lost amid all the madness that ensues thanks to his encounter with Doctor Strange”, concludes the producer and creative of the cinematographic division of the House of Ideas. “That could have happened very easily, and that’s why there aren’t 20 other people in the movie.”, qualifies. That is, they found that if they kept putting characters, in this case Mary Jane or Gwen Stacy, into the equation, the story suffers too much.

Spider-Man Gwen Stacy

In any case, it seems that fans of Spider-Man: No Way Home they don’t care too much. The tape has been cast among the most voted IMDB, considered according to portal users, as one of the best films in history. Spider-Man: No Way Home is already in cinemas around the world.


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Kevin Feige explains missing cameos in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’