As “Spider-Man: No Way Home” gets closer to releasing, Kirsten Dunst shared some of her experiences from being a part of the film’s earlier versions.

Actress Kirsten Dunst played Mary Jane Watson in Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” film franchise.

She recalls being told that Tobey Maguire, the film’s lead, would be paid more than her.

Looking back, she realizes the pay disparity between the two actors was unfair, even though they both starred in the film.

The film producers requested for Dunst to straighten her teeth for the movie, but she refused.

Though she declined the request, the 39-year-old actress remembers still getting the role because of director Sofia Coppola.

Coppola and Dunst previously worked together on “The Virgin Suicides.”

Dunst won’t be returning as Mary Jane Watson in the upcoming Spider-Man movie, but she would like the chance to return to the franchise.

She would especially like to play an older version of Mary Jane Watson as a mother to Spider-Man’s children.