Tom Holland's Spider-Man just gained another amazing friend: "Grand Budapest Hotel" star Tony Revolori has joined "Spider-Man: Homecoming." According to Deadline, Revolori will be "part of Peter Parker's high school crowd but isn't a villain," though no other details have yet been released regarding his role.
Revolori will join Disney Channel star Zendaya, who recently confirmed reports that she has joined the film's cast. According to the initial report, she will play a "key role" as a character named Michelle. Marisa Tomei is also on board to play Aunt May.
The new "Spider-Man" film will star Holland in the title role, following the character's introduction in Marvel Studios' "Captain America: Civil War," which opens on May 6. It's the latest take on the iconic Marvel Comics character which has seen two previous incarnations at Sony, first played by Tobey Maguire and then by Andrew Garfield.
Last February, Sony and Marvel announced a deal to share live-action rights to the character, which were previously solely under Sony's control. Jon Watts is set to direct the movie, with a screenplay by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein.
Spider-Man is scheduled to swing back into theaters in his own feature film on July 7, 2017.