Spider-Man: Homecoming Adds Further Diversity to Cast with Three New ActorsImage via Marvel Movies News spider-man
Marvel/Sony Spider-Man reboot Spider-Man: Homecoming just added a few more members to its star-studded cast. The movie already announced the additions of comedian Hannibal Buress, Disney actress Zendaya, Sons of Anarchy’s Kenneth Choi, The Grand Budapest Hotel’s Tony Revolori and actor and rapper Donald Glover. Now, Fargo’s Bokeem Woodbine, Beasts of No Nation’s Abraham Attah and Better Call Saul’s Michael Mando have all joined the cast, making it the most racially diverse Spider-Man film yet.
Attah and Mando’s characters have not been revealed, but Woodbine will play a third villain, joining Michael Keaton and Logan Marshall-Green, who are rumored to play Vulture and The Tinkerer, respectively. The movie, directed by Jon Watts, began filming earlier this week in Atlanta and also features Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Marisa Tomei as Aunt May. It’s expected to hit theaters on July 7, 2017.