‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ may have the most epic cameo in MCU history


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“Spider-Man: Far From Home” hit theaters Tuesday night and has seen stellar reviews and reactions from fans.

But there is one cameo that has everyone talking — and we mean everyone.

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So after Spidey saves the day and defeats Mysterio, the master illusionist has one more trick up his sleeve. He records a fake video that frames the web slinger for all the destruction that happened in London.

But to make matters worse, the news outlet that gets the video and shares it is the frigging Daily Bugle! You know, the paper where Peter Parker will one day be a photographer.

And you know what’s coming: the news man who delivers the story is none other than J. Jonah Jameson, possibly the man who hates Spider-Man more than anyone. Though he’s also super jealous of the hero, too.

And Oscar winner J.K. Simmons is back to play him. Yeah, take a second, sit down and process this glorious re-casting.

Simmons is a beloved figure in the Spider-Man community, starring in the original trilogy dating back almost 20 years as Jameson. The look, the style, the brass, Simmons IS Jameson. It’s uncanny and no one could play this role better.

Peter Parker has met his match and the MCU is all the better for it. Here’s to the return of JJJ!

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