Written By Mikaela Ong
Kirsten Dunst and Emma Stone could make their MCU debut in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
According to a new rumor, Dunst and Emma Stone might join their respective former Spider-Men in the highly anticipated movie.
Spider-Man: No Way Home dives into multiverse territory.
In other words, all three current versions of Spider-Man collide.
We also know that the involvement of Dr. Strange is a crucial plot point.
In addition, two villains from the preceding versions appeared in the trailer, namely Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus from Tobey Maguire’s trilogy and Jamie Foxx’s Electro from Andrew Garfield’s universe.
Furthermore, fans are eager to see how Tom Holland’s chemistry will work out with his other two counterparts.
Neither Maguire nor Garfield appeared in the initial Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer.
Nevertheless, rumors continued to spread after Geekosity owner Mikey Sutton was the first to scoop it on October 2019.
Fans and the media bombard Maguire and Garfield with questions on their involvement.
They deny them all regularly.
Therefore, it was only a matter of time their lady loves were pulled into the web of connections.
Zendaya’s MJ will be in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but what about Dunst and Stone?
Wouldn’t their presence be just as interesting?
By now, people have dubbed Garfield’s and Maguire’s involvement in Spider-Man: No Way Home as “Hollywood’s worst kept secret.”
During an interview in May 2021, Emma Stone herself has denied the rumors she’s well aware is surrounding her.
Emma Stone And Kirsten Dunst Could Appear In Spider-Man: No Way Home
Oh yeah, we have never heard that one before.
At this point, Marvel actors has a thing for denying roles only to appear in the MCU later on.
Emma Stone is not the first and probably not the last.
Ok, so what about Dunst? This one is a little less murky.
Back in early August, Dunst was pictured to be in a studio to film a mystery project, located in Los Angeles. Guess what?
Holland and Garfield were spotted in the same area.
If the MCU’s goal of bringing closure to the previous versions of Spider-Man are at play, it should not stray from what has already been established.
It would be more interesting to see how Garfield’s Peter Parker has developed from life without her.
Let us not forget another spider lady: Spider Gwen. But she is best played by another actress altogether, and she will probably be at another corner of the Spider-Verse.