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Confirmed: JK Simmons reprising his iconic J Jonah Jameson in Spiderman Far From Home

So now Spider-Man Far From Home is around the corner, and you can experience the MCU’s friendly neighborhood Superhero doing the job with new allies along with tragedy left by the death of the then Iron Man. Particularly, Far From Home will also decisively conclude Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Before the official release, a new thing emerged out. The reprisal of John Jonah Jameson, Jr., the Editor-in-Chief of fictional Newspaper Daily Bugle in New York is hitting the Internet with amazement.

Check out the tweet from Aron Crouch.

MCU’s Spider-Man movies haven’t featured the Daily Bugle nor the J Jameson guy. This thing started when American actor Jonathan Kimble “J. K.” Simmons attended the Far From Home premier and fans started making up things. And surprisingly, it is JK Simmons in fact in the movie. JK Simmons previously played John Jameson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy. Fans believed one day MCU would introduce another actor portraying JJJ, but they knew it wouldn’t be as memorable as JK Simmons. But thanks to MCU, these guys never really disappoint their fans.

Confirmed: JK Simmons reprising his iconic J Jonah Jameson in Spiderman Far From Home
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The rumors even hint that the Spider-Man Far From Home movie has mentioned about The Daily Bugle so this does mean JJJ will feature in the movie. Marvel and Sony still have to officially confirmed about the casting of Simmons. For Simmons, he has been portraying Commissioner Jim Gordon in Gotham City for DC Extended Universe. But Matt Reeves is planning to bring the younger Batman, looks like there’s no space for Commissioner. So, featuring in SpiderMan may be right for Simmons and eh, for us too!

Spider-Man comes to the theater on July 2 on US and July 4 on India! Don’t cry at the theatre people, we all miss Iron Man!

 

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