Annoyance at Marvel: they would have leaked the return of Kirsten Dunst to this movie
The “Fargo” actress had a past through her stories before the birth of the MCU.
Although the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) was only born in 2008, by the hand of “Iron Man”, everything indicates that the studio is willing to expand it and even take old projects to transform them into the canon. As is known, the company tries to keep everything in the greatest of secrets, but many times the data is leaked to the press. In this context, the latter would be linked to Kirsten Dunst.
For some time, it has been believed that the next “Spider-Man” movie, which will initially arrive on December 17, could open the multiverse. In this sense, rumors point to the appearance of old characters that were already in other Spider-Man stories, such as Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina) or Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker. This would also imply the return of Kirsten Dunst.
From a post made on IMDb, where the templates of the technicians who are part of a production are updated daily, speculation began with the participation of the protagonist of “Fargo” in “Spider-Man: No Way Home”. Thanks to costume designer Askia Won-Ling being credited in the film, this rumor gained traction. It is worth noting that the information was later deleted.
Won-Ling was originally listed as the personal costume designer for “Ms. Dunst ”, clearly alluding to Kirsten Dunst. Askia already has experience in other Marvel projects such as “Avengers: Endgame” or the previous Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland. if the participation of the actress is confirmed, the cameo of Tobey Maguire would be almost confirmed, because for many it would not make sense to see Mary Jane without her Peter Parker
The double that left them in evidence.
To this innocent mention of Kirsten Dunst on IMDb, fans who follow the news about the third “Spider-Man” movie know that there was another detail that excites them with the possibility of multiverses and the return of actors. like Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. This is a post made by George Cottle, the film’s stunt coordinator, who thanked those who participated in the filming and tagged Chris Daniels, who was Maguire’s stunt double during the trilogy directed by Sam Raimi.