Toon Zone News: Tom Holland Cast As New Spider-Man

In fact, Cinema Blend reported rumors that the 2017 Spider-Man movie will be titled as Spider-Man: The New Avenger, and would feature RDJ in a supporting role.

Tom Holland, from Surrey, has youth on his side.

Warren is also the man who managed to give everyone in New York spider powers in the Spider Island event, which would work brilliantly on screen (and serve as a potential origin story for Jessica “Spider-Woman” Drew).

Holland has proven he is an accomplished actor, singer and dancer.

He was appeared recently in the British television drama “Wolf Hall” and he was selected after worldwide search for the character of Spider-Man.

“He does his own stunts, some really challenging ones”.

In the end though, Holland was chosen for the role as revealed by Marvel.

What do the fans think?

Charlie Rowe took to Twitter on Wednesday to congratulate Holland on the Marvel casting, reports E!News. Some tweeted that Holland was too young for the role.

The new actor is called Tom Holland, and from what we have seen during the past couple of weeks, he was rumored to be among the front-runners for quite some time. Many fans may not know who he is, and rightfully so since he is virtually unknown.

“It has nothing to do with being anti-gay, or anti-black, or anti-Latino, or anything like that”. The character, Miles Morales, is the teenage son of an African-American dad and a Puerto Rican mum with arachnid superpowers.

Kraven would make a great addition to the movie universe, but he’d probably have to leave his snazzy lion’s head waistcoat in the comics, where it belongs.

Marvel will be releasing its very first biracial Spider-Man character through “Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors” headlined by Childish Gambino. Holland is expected to spend only around a week on the Atlanta set of Captain America 3, so its safe to assume that Spidey may not necessarily be an integral part of the Marvel Civil War movie.

It must also be noted that Jon Watts has been handpicked by Marvel to helm the full length solo Spider-man film scheduled for release in 2017.

Sadly, we suffer from a huge problem today in that we completely judge art before we’re even exposed to it. I’ve said it before and I’ll probably say it again: You can’t make a true judgment call until you’ve actually seen the movie.


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