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Former Batman Michael Keaton may have taken up the villain’s role in the latest Spider-Man movie, but the film’s lead actor himself also has a few bad guy roles in mind. “I would like to play Carnage because he’s a crazy, scary, horrible person,” said the 21-year-old Holland.
As if Sony and Marvel reaching an agreement to share the rights to Spider-Man wasn’t enough of a surprise on its own, no one was prepared for one of the first pieces of casting news to come out of the deal. Not long after young British actor Tom Holland was announced as the new Peter Parker/Spidey, Marvel stunned fans by casting Marisa Tomei as Peter’s Aunt May, the role previously portrayed by Sally Field in the two ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ films with Andrew Garfield, and Rosemary Harris in the original ‘Spider-Man’ trilogy with Tobey Maguire.
The new ensemble set to join Tom Holland in his first solo adventure as Spider-Man continues to grow, with the addition of two new young cast members. Deadline reports that Tony Revolori (’The Grand Budapest Hotel’) has been cast in the Sony/Marvel co-production, whilst The Wrap revealed the casting of Laura Harrier (TV’s ‘One Life To Live’) - but it’s not known which characters these actors will portray. By contrast, no hints have been dropped about Harrier’s role.
Traditionally, Peter Parker’s Aunt May has been a lady of a certain age, often grey haired and mild of manner. Most recently, she was played by Sally Field opposite Andrew Garfield’s Spidey, but the decision to cast Marisa Tomei opposite new web slinger Tom Holland has caused dismay among fans. Generally, Aunt May, the widow of Peter Parker’s uncle Ben, has been depicted as a grey-haired pensioner, but there have been comics in which she’s been younger, notably in her late 40s and early 50s in the alternative Ultimate Marvel imprint which features re-imagined character from the Marvel world.