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Logan Marshall-Green is in talks to join Michael Keaton in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony’s reboot of its franchise on which it has partnered with Marvel Studios.
Keaton is playing the main bad guy in the movie and Marshall-Green would swing in as an evildoer alongside him.
Homecoming has been on a casting tear as it heads towards a shoot later this month. Donald Glover joined the call sheet earlier this week, boarding a roll call that includes Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and Zendaya as the female lead.
Tom Holland is starring as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in a story that takes the character back to his high-school roots.
Also on board are Tony Revolori, who starred opposite Ralph Fiennes in The Grand Budapest Hotel, and Laura Harrier, who appeared on the soap opera One Life to Live. Robert Downey Jr. will appear as Tony Stark/Iron Man.
Jon Watts is directing.
Marshall-Green is best known for co-starring in Ridley Scott’s Alien-themed Prometheus and most recently starred in Karyn Kusama’s horror-thriller The Invitation. He also stars in the upcoming Cinemax series Quarry.
Marshall-Green is repped by CAA, 3 Arts Entertainment and Stone Genow.
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