Spider-Man Sits Down for Tense Daily Bugle Interview in New No Way Home Video

The official Spider-Man: No Way Home TikTok sees Peter Parker sit down in a Daily Bogle interview with Betty Brant.

Betty Brant The Daily Horn He has some ‘pressing questions’ for Peter Parker in an official TikTok video promoting Sony and Marvel Studios Spider-Man: There is no room for home.

The video that was shared by the administrator daily trumpet A TikTok account reveals that Betty (Angourie Rice) has apparently graduated from the Midtown News team and is now working for The Daily Horn – The controversial news website created by resident Spider-Man-hater J. Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons) – where she hosts her own show, Exciting Questions with Betty Brant. Appearing on the show is none other than Speedy himself, Peter Parker (Tom Holland).


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bat right The Daily HornBias against Spider-Man is evident, with the chart reading Peter’s name, “Peter ‘Spider-Menace’ Parker: Public Enemy #1.” Peter’s longtime classmate doesn’t seem to be doing much in the way of calming his nerves either. The interview takes place in an intimate setting, with Betty herself asking guiding questions.

Betty asks, “Tell me, if the spider that gave you your power was here now, what would you say? Would you say thank you, or thank you for nothing?” Peter replied, “I’d like to say thank you.” Then Betty asserts, “For nothing?” The interview is then cut short, with Betty returning it to Jameson, who promises to get to the truth of Peter’s “web of lies”.


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Classic Spider-Man character J. Jonah Jameson joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2019 Spider-Man: Far From Home, with Simmons reprising the original role of director Sam Raimi Spider Man movie trilogy. While Spidey defeated the evil Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) in away from homeIt was Mysterio who finally laughed using Jameson daily trumpet A platform to reveal the identity of the hero to the world after his death.

There is no place for home Capture as it happens. Desperately trying to make the world forget he’s Spider-Man, Peter enlists the help of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). After Peter’s interference spoils the spell, the MCU begins to draw visitors in the form of Raimi’s villains. Spider Man Triple and Mark Webb The Amazing Spider-Man duology.


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While some fans might be surprised to see the young and somewhat young MCU take on Betty Brant accepting training at an outlet like MCU’s daily trumpet, the comic book counterpart of the character has a long history with publishing, dating back to the time when it was just a newspaper. In the comics, Betty dropped out of high school to become Jameson’s secretary at trumpet. She was also Peter Parker’s first major love interest, coming ahead of Gwen Stacy and Mary Jane Watson.

However, Betty is arguably best known for her romance with Need Leeds (played in the MCU by Jacob Batalon), which was loosely adapted into away from home. Before the MCU days, Betty Brant was already daily trumpet Al-Rimi employee Spider Man Films in which she played Elizabeth Banks.


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Spider-Man: There is no room for home Playing in theaters now.

Source: TikTok, via YouTube

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