Spider-Man: No Way Home has answered many questions from fans about who the new villains will be and whether they will belong to a former cinematic universe. But with each question answered, a different question emerges, which only makes the film more mysterious. A small topic being discussed is the return of J.K. Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson. But one theory seems to have found a possible answer to the study that emphasizes the character and why he is in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
According to Reddit theorist Humanest_Human, the presence of J. Jonah Jameson in the MCU and the other villains in the movie is linked to the fact that it’s a Nexus. While this is a vague theory, the idea that Jameson has Nexus-like abilities can drastically change his place in the universe. It gives the character an incredible power he has never had before. To fully understand this theory, it is necessary to study its details and textures.
In the comics and the MCU, Nexus is a person with enormous power and a connection to the universe and multiculturalism. This allows them to open portals and travel where they want to be confidential. In a way, they look like a Doctor Strange slingshot, but on a much larger scale. However, there can only be one link per. Universe. Since Wanda Maximoff has been declared Nexus Being in WandaVision, it means that while Jameson is, he is not in MCU.
Since there can only be one person per universe, this also fits the theory where the theorist believes this Jameson was ripped from Raimi’s verse. But instead of trying to return, he adopted the Bugle name in his new universe. He used the technology to expand his journalism to new platforms. This explains why he is so featured at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home but still wears the same coat and trench coat as Spider-Man 3 in the No Way Home trailer. However, he is well accustomed to a new universe, though he does not realize that was the reason in the first place.
At the beginning of the theory comes the idea that Jameson is from the same universe as Doc Ock and has come simultaneously. But JJJ’s cameo quickly revealed it in Far From Home. But suppose the Ock is tied to JJJ’s Raimiverse version. In that case, the editor-in-chief’s Nexus Being status could contribute to the influx of villains into No Way Home.
Since there can be no two links in the same universe, this means that the probability of several scenarios depends entirely on the nature of their power. So Dr. Strange, after casting his spells, maybe busy throwing the Multiverse into the sacred timeline. Instead, Sylvie’s actions in Loki combined with the powers of Jameson and Wanda created a beacon for villains that could emerge from No Way Home. Since Spider-Man is an integral part of any universe, it makes sense for villains like Lizard, Electro, Doc Ock, Green Goblin, and Sandman to appear in one world.
Two Nexus creatures in the MCU could generate enough energy to allow more people from different worlds to meet. All you need is Curse Doctor Stranges to make it all work. While this JJJ probably does not come from the Raimi worm, let alone the Nexus, the theory adds to the concept that Spider-Man: No Way Home appears to be a giant movie. Of course, none of this makes sense, and not all theories are confirmed. But even though JJJ is not a nexus, he could still be a part of the story in many ways.