Tony Revolori joins the cast of 'Spider-Man: Homecoming.'

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20-year-old actor Tony Revolori is set to join the cast in the upcoming Spiderman movie Spiderman: Homecoming. The movie is set to release on July 7, 2017.

The Grand Budapest actor Tony will play the high school nemesis of Peter but will not join the rank of a super villain. But according to The Wrap Revolori is playing Parker’s friend Manuel. So we’ll have to wait and see if Revolori is friend or foe.

The movie is yet another reboot of the highly popular Spiderman series. After the success of the Sam Raimi Trilogy and somewhat success of Marc Webbs’ The Amazing Spiderman series, this is will the first time Jon Watt will be directing one and that too in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

In the post-credit scenes of Avengers: Civil War, sorry Captain America: Civil War, Marvel teased us with a further association of Spiderman in the MCU. Spiderman Homecoming was announced prior to the release of Civil War which further increases the excitement for the further plot.


We already know that Tim Holland will reprise his role as high school Peter Parker in his stand alone movie Spiderman: Homecoming. Robert Downey Jr. is also set to appear in this movie. While the plot of the movie is heavily guarded, more of the cast like Laura Harrier are revealed to be cast for a major role in the movie. 

Once again, we are excited to see how the new reboot will fare against the already successful series and how it will connect to the shared Marvel Universe. We are pretty sure that any movie associated to MCU is going to be awesome and once again, we have to see Uncle Ben die again.