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Tony Revolori and Laura Harrier Join ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

Tony Revolori and Laura Harrier are in talks to join the cast of Sony and Marvel’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” sources confirm to Variety.

Tom Holland stars as the webslinging hero in the reboot, which opens July 7, 2017. He leads the cast opposite Michael Keaton, who Variety exclusively reported was is in talks to play the villain, and Marisa Tomei, who portrays Aunt May.

Revolori (“Grand Budapest Hotel”) will play a high school nemesis of Peter Parker’s in the film while Harrier’s part is another classmate.

Sony and Marvel had no comment.

Jon Watts is directing “Homecoming” from a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. Kevin Feige and former Sony exec Amy Pascal are producing the movie, which focuses on a teenage Peter Parker’s high school days.

Plot details are still being heavily guarded.

Holland’s Spider-Man will first make an appearance in the upcoming “Captain America: Civil War” before his standalone pic. Production on “Homecoming” is expected to start this summer.

Harrier, star of “One Life to Live,” has previously appeared in the Anna Kendrick musical “The Last 5 Years” and the indie comedy “4th Man Out.”  She also recently filmed the Steve McQueen HBO pilot “Codes of Conduct.”

She is repped by ICM Partners, Soffer/Namoff Entertainment and Peikoff Mahan Law Office.

Revolori, who appeared in “Grand Budapest Hotel,” can be seen next in Universal’s “Lowriders.” He is repped by UTA and Circle of Confusion.

Deadline first reported Revolori news while TheWrap broke the Harrier news.

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