'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Adds Two as Peter Parker's Friends

Tony Revolori and Laura Harrier are joining the Sony/Marvel production.
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Tony Revolori and Laura Harrier

Spider-Man: Homecoming is catching actors in its web as it gears up for a summer production start.

Tony Revolori, who starred opposite Ralph Fiennes in The Grand Budapest Hotel, and Laura Harrier, who appeared in the soap opera One Life to Live, are joining the Sony/Marvel production.

Tom Holland is starring as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and is making his debut as the character in Captain America: Civil War.

Other castmembers include Marisa Tomei, who's playing Aunt May, while Zendaya is one of the female leads. Michael Keaton is mulling the part of one of the villains.

Details for Revolori and Harrier’s roles were not immediately available. The production has been auditioning nonwhite actors to play Parker’s best friend. And it’s also been looking to cast another nonwhite actress as one of the leads.

Revolori appeared in the critical favorite Dope and will be seen in Lowriders, Universal’s drama about car culture in Southern California.