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Earlier today, we reported that production has gotten under way on Spider-Man: Homecoming, with star Tom Holland sending out the first photo from the set in Atlanta. We also learned that three new actors have joined the cast in unspecified roles. Now we have word of yet another casting addition, and even more photos from the set. Comedian/actor Hannibal Buress has signed on, while star Tom Holland and several of his co-stars were spotted as filming began in Atlanta today.
The photos surfaced at Just Jared, featuring our first look at Tom Holland, Zendaya Coleman and Tony Revolori. We don't know much about what was being filmed today, but one of Marvel's other filmmakers, James Gunn, shared a new photo with himself, Tom Holland and Chris Pratt, along with a message wishing the production the best of luck. Here's what the filmmaker had to say on Facebook below.
Via The Hollywood Reporter, relative newcomers Isabella Amara (Melissa McCarthy's The Boss), Jorge Lendeborg Jr. (The Land) and Jj Totah (Glee, Other People) have joined the cast of Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming. Of course, as with all the recent cast additions, the identity of their characters has not been disclosed. However, given their relatively young ages, it looks as if these characters will be more of Peter's Midtown High contemporaries. To date, the full cast for the film includes Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., Michael Keaton, Marisa Tomei, Zandaya, Donald Glover, Logan Marshall-Green, Kenneth Choi, Tony Revolori, Michael Barbieri and Laura Harrier. Shooting is expected to commence before the end of June at Atlanta's Pinewood Studios. (Photo: Courtesy of Mosaic and Wme Agencies) Break a leg @TomHolland1996 & @jnwtts as you star your Spider-Man: Homecoming journey! pic.twitter.com/qkmEG8RGZl — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) June 20, 2016 Update #1: According »
Presenter determined to keep show as professionally amateur as possible but it clicked into gear after first ad break
“Break a leg everyone,” mumbled Robert Peston sotto voce, as the opening credits rolled on his new Sunday morning show on ITV to reveal a set that looked like a Teletubbies kitchen dumped inside a Hoxton warehouse.
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Eddie George was So Good as the lead in the Broadway run of "Chicago" that producers offered him a new deal to take the show to L.A. ... where his new co-star will be Brandy!! The ex-nfl star just wrapped up his 7 week run in NYC as Billy Flynn ... and "Chicago" producer Barry Weissler tells TMZ Sports the guy is the Real Deal onstage. "Eddie is a singing, dancing, acting champ. He's all American, all Pro, »
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In an exclusive interview, Senior Staff Writer Scott J. Davis sat down with up-and-coming Australian actor Jak Wyld, who has just taken his next big step in the acting world in the Us…
Scott J. Davis: You have quite a diverse background – with your early jobs and New Zealand Military training. How did you get started in acting, was it always a dream of yours from a young age?
Jak Wyld: I was involved in a lot of productions throughout high school, when I was close to graduating I had to seriously look at career choices; a country school in New Zealand in the 80’s had no drama classes or progression. I had always been interested in the military and aircraft so one afternoon I enlisted, I certainly don’t regret it, but I think in the back of my mind I always knew my calling was in acting. »
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5 items from 2016
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