"Spider-Man: Homecoming's" student body continues to grow. The Hollywood Reporter has learned that the upcoming Marvel/Sony film has added newcomers Isabella Amara, Jorge Lendeborg Jr. and J.J. Totah to its cast in unrevealed roles.
Amara was previously seen playing a young Melissa McCarthy in the comedy "The Boss." Lendeborg Jr. made his film debut in "The Land," a drama film that premiered at Sundance and was bought by IFC Films. Totah previously appeared on TV series like "Glee," "Jessie" and "Liv and Maddie."
In addition to these three, "Spider-Man: Homecoming's" cast has grown considerably in the last few months. Last week, the film added Martin Starr, Logan Marshall-Green and Donald Glover. Kenneth Choi also joined the cast, where he will play the pricinpal. Laura Harrier and Disney Channel star Zendaya have also been cast. According to the initial report, Zendaya will play a "key role" as a character named Michelle. Additionally, Tony Revolori recently joined the cast as "part of Peter Parker's high school crowd," and Michael Keaton will appear in the film as an as-yet-unknown role.
Directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland as Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man and Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" is scheduled for release on July 7, 2017.