Betty Brant is a Marvel Comics character that appears in the Marvel Cinematic Universe films Spider-Man: Homecoming, Spider-Man: Far From Home and Spider-Man: No Way Home, played by Angourie Rice. She also appeared in The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, voiced by Grey DeLisle.
Betty is one of Peter Parker's closest friends. They went to Midtown High together. Betty likes Peter's kind, tender heart and his noble soul, and the two are very close to each other, comforting each other in their times of need.
Betty Brant was created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko.
Betty appears as a close friend to Liz Toomes, one of the popular kids in school and is a member of the school news. She is later seen attending the homecoming dance.
Although Betty does not appear in the movie, she is one of the 50% of people who gets killed by Thanos' snap, along with the rest of Peter's friends.
Betty does not appear but is resurrected by Hulk's snap.
Betty returns in the 2019 sequel, where she is one of the victims of Thanos's snap and is first seen telling the events of the snap on the school news. Betty begins a relationship with Ned Leeds when they, MJ, Peter and the rest of the class go on a two-week school trip to Europe. On the way back to the US, however, Ned and Betty decide to break up and stay friends.
Betty makes a brief appearance in the film, reporting on Peter Parker's return to Midtown High for his senior year as he maneuvers through the intense controversy surrounding him and Mysterio's death. Yet, she, along with the entire world, would forget Peter's secret identity as Spider-Man through a spell cast by Doctor Strange.
- Betty appears in the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, where she is a reporter for the Daily Bugle, and she has a brief fling with Peter Parker in Spider-Man 3, but in the MCU, Betty appears as a member of the school news.
- Betty appears in Spider-Man: No Way Home, but her appearances are more cameo as she only appears when broadcasting about Peter Parker's identity as Spider-Man.