SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME - Kirsten Dunst And DAREDEVIL's Deborah Ann Woll Spotted; Are They Part Of Reshoots?

With Spider-Man: No Way Home reshoots taking place in Los Angeles, a photo of Kirsten Dunst and Deborah Ann Woll together has led to speculation that they're in the city to film scenes for the threequel.

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We're going to try not to get too ahead of ourselves here, but with Spider-Man: No Way Home reshoots currently taking place in Los Angeles, some paparazzi photos are generating a lot of speculation online.

As you can see, Kirsten Dunst, who played Mary Jane Watson in the original Spider-Man trilogy, was recently spotted alongside Daredevil star Deborah Ann Woll (who played Karen Page) at Hollywood's Sunset Gower Studios. This is where cameras are reportedly rolling on additional photography for No Way Home, and neither actress has any other project currently shooting. 

Tom Holland was spotted at The Suicide Squad premiere in L.A. earlier this week, and as he usually returns to England when he's not working, it's easy to see why fans believe this could be for the MCU movie.

We certainly weren't expecting to see Karen alongside Charlie Cox's Matt Murdock in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but if she does appear, then it seems we can safely assume Marvel Studios is rescuing a lot of those Netflix characters (remember, Vincent D'Onofrio is rumoured to return in Hawkeye).

Nothing is confirmed right now (this could just be two friends hanging out), but Sony Pictures is expected to have a presence at CinemaCon later this month, so perhaps the trailer will be revealed there.

Stay tuned for updates.
 

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