Kirsten Dunst, known for her role as Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy, recently admitted that she hasn’t seen any of the Spider-Man movies or any of the Marvel Studios films that came after her time in the superhero franchise. In an interview with Variety, Dunst made it clear that the genre simply isn’t her cup of tea, stating, “It’s just not my thing.” Despite this disinterest, Dunst did mention watching “Paw Patrol,” showcasing a different taste in entertainment than what she was once a part of.

However, despite her disinterest in superhero movies, Dunst shared that she would be open to returning to the genre for one simple reason – financial stability to support her family. With two children to take care of and her mother to support, Dunst acknowledged the lucrative nature of superhero movies, making it a practical choice for her career.

While Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield were invited back to join Tom Holland in the 2021 film “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” Dunst’s Mary Jane was only mentioned in the film without any invitation extended to the actress. Despite this, Dunst expressed her willingness to return to her role alongside Maguire’s Peter Parker if given the chance. She even suggested a unique indie approach to the superhero genre, taking inspiration from films like “Chronicle,” to create a fresh take on the character.

As Marvel and Sony have yet to announce the release date for the next MCU Spider-Man movie, fans can look forward to other Spider-Man Universe films set to be released later this year. “Kraven the Hunter” is scheduled for August 30, followed by “Venom: The Last Dance” on October 25, keeping the superhero universe alive and expanding.

Kirsten Dunst’s candid thoughts about superhero movies provide insight into the balancing act between career choices and family responsibilities. While her disinterest in the genre is clear, her pragmatic approach to potentially returning to superhero films for financial reasons sheds light on the realities of being a working actor and a mother in the entertainment industry.


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