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While it isn't exactly known when Sony and Marvel's new Spider-Man movie will start production, star Tom Holland is slated to make his debut in the first Marvel Phase Three adventure Captain America: Civil War. Production has been under way on Captain America: Civil War since May, but it was never confirmed when Tom Holland would actually shoot his cameo appearance. While promoting their directorial debut Vacation, Spider-Man writers John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein teased that Tom Holland has already shot his appearance, and they will see footage of the cameo at Marvel Studios this weekend. Here's what Jonathan M. Goldstein had to say.
"We hear good things. We might even get to look at the Spidey suit, which is exciting."
While it's still very early in the Spider-Man development process, there's already a lot we know. Tom Holland is portraying Peter Parker, Marisa Tomei is in talks to play Aunt May and Jon Watts (Cop Car) is directing from a script currently being written by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein. No other characters have been confirmed yet, but today Latino Review came across a rumored cast list for Spider-Man, which reveals a slew of new cast members supposedly in various stages of negotiations.
The biggest revelations on this list are the two villains, Adrian Toomes, a.k.a. The Vulture, reportedly played by Billy Zane and Mac Gagnon, a.k.a. Scorpion, which Jason Biggs is supposedly playing. According to this list, both actors are in "final negotiations," for their respective roles. As Latino Review points out, both Vulture and Scorpion wear mech suits, which would explain the »
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