Bryce Dallas Howard Would Return For Extra Spider-Man Films

Bryce Dallas Howard is certainly up for reprising her function as Gwen Stacy within the Spider-Man franchise, the “Jurassic World Dominion” actor informed People on Aug. 15.

“That will be so enjoyable,” she mentioned of taking part in Stacy once more. “Since we’re exploring multiverses — and by we are exploring it, they are exploring it and I am having fun with it. I might all the time be sport.” Nevertheless, she acknowledged that even she feels that Emma Stone, who performed the function alongside Andrew Garfield for the 2012 and 2014 Spider-Man motion pictures, is the last word Stacy. “Emma Stone, in my perspective as a fan, is the definitive Gwen Stacy in that universe,” she mentioned.

Howard performed Stacy in Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man 3” in 2007, alongside Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane Watson. Maguire and Garfield reprised their variations of Spider-Man alongside Tom Holland’s present Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: No Means Residence” in 2021. In that movie, Garfield’s storyline largely hearkened to the loss of life of Stone’s Stacy.

Howard was not too long ago seen in June’s “Jurassic World Dominion.” “Attending to be Claire [in ‘Jurassic World’] has been unimaginable,” she informed the outlet. Taking part in the function has supplied her the distinctive probability to reprise a personality on display screen. “What’s so fascinating for me is I’ve by no means performed a personality earlier than Claire the place there was any story past the preliminary one,” she mentioned. “Partially, that is as a result of I hadn’t executed TV, and I additionally would signal on to franchises — as a result of I really like franchises — however I might all the time be within the third film or, like, the final one, so I would get killed or one thing!”

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