J.K. Simmons said he is open to reprising his role as disgruntled newspaper editor-in-chief J. Jonah Jameson in Marvel and Sony's upcoming "Spider-Man" reboot, in response to a change.org petition asking for his return.

"Being in those movies with Sam [Raimi] was one of the great joys of my career," the actor explained to Entertainment Tonight while attending the Film Independent Spirit Awards recently.

"It was a super fun character so I'll never close the door on anything," he continued.

Fans have petitioned for his return as Jameson in the upcoming "Spider-Man" film starring newcomer Tom Holland, which is currently in production and scheduled to hit theaters on July 7, 2017.

Simmons, however, was quick to point out beforehand that a fan-petition does not guarantee something will happen.

"That petition does not come from anybody that is actually in a position to do anything about it," Simmons said.

Simmons portrayed the fan-favorite Jameson in the original "Spider-Man" trilogy alongside Tobey Maguire as the famous web slinger.

After Andrew Garfield took over the role for two films in "The Amazing Spider-Man" series, Marvel and Sony decided to reboot the franchise once again when they cast Holland in the iconic role.

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Simmons has also provided the voice for Jameson in Disney XD and Marvel Animations current "Ultimate Spider-Man" animated series.