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At the end of Spider-Man: Far from Home We had an opportunity to discover that j.k. Simmons had resumed the role of him as j.j. Jameson Inside the MCU. Now that the third arachnid movie is coming, and with all this of the multiverse, the driver’s version at is the same as we saw in the films of Sam Rail and Today Maguire ? The actor responsible for giving life to the character gives us the answer.
PLATING IN THE PODCAST OF Happy, SAD, Confused, Simmons explained the following:
I think it’s a slightly different version. Certainly of the creators of the current version of the story is a very different character. For me, he is a slightly different character. He is the same fanfare. The same guy with less hair. Honestly, I would like him to have the same hair… the most important thing is that he is still the same fanfare and has the same damn mustache and pure, at least. As it is appropriate for that character, he is a bit of comic relief that was sprayed slightly in the movie.
So as you can see, they are actually two different characters, so it would mean that the j.j. Jameson of RAI MI is not the same as that of the MCU, but it could well be a variant. Could it be that both are going to have some kind of interaction in Spider-Man: No Way Home ? We will have to wait until December 15 to know the answer.
Editor’s note: From there Marvel has already started flirting with this of the Multiverse. Of course, it will not be until no way home when really getting full to this concept, but it is clear that Rail’s films had a huge influence on the future of Arachnid.