Logan Marshall-Green, Martin Starr in Talks to Join ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’

Donald Glover, Michael Keaton and Zendaya also star

Logan Marshall Green Martin Starr in Spider Man Homecoming
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“Prometheus” star Logan Marshall-Green and “Silicon Valley” actor Martin Starr are both in talks to join Tom Holland and Michael Keaton in Sony’s “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” TheWrap has learned.

Keaton is playing the main villain while Marshall-Green would play another bad guy alongside Keaton. It is unclear what role Starr will have in the new movie.

Holland stars as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the movie that also includes Zendaya, Donald Glover and Marisa Tomei. The Marvel superhero reboot is set to begin filming at the end of this month.

Tony Revolori (“The Grand Budapest Hotel”), Laura Harrier (“One Life to Live”), and Kenneth Choi (“American Crime Story”) have also been cast.

Amy Pascal is producing along with Marvel president Kevin Feige. Indie and television movie filmmaker Jon Watts is directing.

Marshall-Green is best known for his role in Ridley Scott‘s “Prometheus” as well as the hit TV series, “The O.C.” He most recently starred in “The Invitation” and is working on “Black Dog, Red Dog” and “Sand Castle.”

Starr is best known for his role as Gilfoyle on the hit HBO series, “Silicon Valley.” He’s also had roles in “Superbad” and “Knocked Up,” and most recently starred in “I’ll See You In My Dreams,” which premiered at Sundance Film Festival.

Starr is represented by Anonymous Content. Marshall-Green is repped by CAA, Shelter PR and 3 Arts Entertainment.

Sony had no comment on the castings.