Comic-Con is known for big comic book movie announcements, and once again, they did not disappoint. In a surprise move, they revealed the next 10 actors who will play Spider-Man. Here is an exclusive look at the next ten web-slingers:
Nat Wolff (Spider-Man: Confrontation, 2019)
Based on the success of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Tom Holland is set to return in the 2019 sequel, but just to be safe, he will be replaced 50-60 minutes into the action.
Freddie Highmore (Spider-Man: Coming of Age, 2020)
Asked what new dimensions he’ll bring to the role of Peter Parker, Highmore simply said, “Look at me. Isn’t it obvious?”
Asa Butterfield (Spider-Man: Resolution, 2021)
“I’m the sixth Spider-Man. Spider-Men have six legs. It’s a sign,” Butterfield told the Comic-Con audience before admitting he has never been big into comics or spiders.
Ansel Elgort (Spider-Man: Restoration, 2021)
This Spider-Man opens a week after the previous one.
Liam Hemsworth (Spider-Man: The Webs We Weave, 2022)
One Spider-Man movie was a stipulation of the Hemsworth Accord signed by the US and Australia.
RJ Cyler (The Spider-Man, 2024)
It may be no coincidence Cyler’s Spidey will come out the same year as Donald Trump’s controversial campaign for a third term.
Jacob Tremblay (Spider-Man: The Beginning, 2026)
A gritty reboot focused on the relationship between Parker and Uncle Ben (Zac Efron).
Rebel Wilson (Spider-Man, 2027)
Tagline: “And you thought Ghostbusters ruffled feathers…”
James Ayoub (Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, 2028)
The breakout infant star of The Fate of the Furious will have to work around his shooting schedule for Fast and Twentious.
Tobey Maguire Jr. (Spider-Man: A New Web, 2029)
Talk about a family business.