SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel Casting Call Provides New Details On The Movie's Villain And More

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Sequel Casting Call Provides New Details On The Movie's Villain And More

With the casting process underway for next year's Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, details have emerged for both a villain and a high school student but there may be an interesting twist. Check it out...

We've already heard that Marvel Studios is looking for a femme fatale and two agents who will be working with her for the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel but now That Hashtag Show has revealed some very interesting details about the movie's villain. While the site is unable to reveal the character's identity, they do know that the script is calling for a baddie with "elevated ideas" and the studio is open to auditioning actors of any ethnicity and gender which is definitely an interesting/unexpected twist. 

There have obviously been male and female versions of Doctor Octopus and the fact that Marvel is looking for actors who are 30 - 45 may lend some weight to that theory. That's all it is for now, though, and this could literally be any character from the Spider-Man mythos so we'll have to wait and see. 

It's also revealed that Marvel is looking for an 18 - 24-year-old male lead of any ethnicity to play a high school student with leading man qualities who can hold his own with Tom Holland. Does that mean the studio is looking for a mother/son or father/son duo? Again, we don't know but pretty much anyone from Miles Warren to Michael Morbius and Spencer Smythe could be part of the sequel at this stage.

What do you guys think? As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section. 
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