Kevin Feige Says Special Cameo In ‘Spider-Man’ Post-Credits Scene Is Not Linked To Any Previous Versions Of The Character

The Playlist | 7/9/2019 | Charles Barfield
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**Spoilers for “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” For real, if you haven’t seen the film, you don’t want to know about this.”

If you were lucky enough to avoid spoilers before walking into the theater to see “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” you were probably delighted (and shocked) to see that J. Jonah Jameson was introduced as a character in the ‘Spider-Man’ universe once again, with familiar face J.K. Simmons taking on the role that he made so iconic in the Sam Raimi films. But according to Kevin Feige, Simmons is basically playing a completely different character.

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While we don’t really get a true sense for the angle that Marvel Studios is taking with J. Jonah Jameson in the MCU, the scene does give us hints as to which direction the studio is going in with the iconic character. Shown as an Alex Jones-esque character, this version of Jameson is more of a reflection of the modern times versus the tried-and-true newspaper mogul that was used in the Raimi trilogy and the early comics.

READ MORE: Jon Watts Talks THAT ‘Spider-Man’ Mid-Credits Cameo & Why They Cast Who They Cast: “There Is No Other”

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And speaking to Screen Rant, the Marvel Studios president says that is a necessity. Feige says...
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