'Spider-Man: Homecoming' casting news: movie looking for high school students as extras


The upcoming and much awaited film “Spider-Man: Homecoming”, with Tom Holland as the new Spider-Man, is now casting extras, and it requires young people to act as high school students.

Following his debut in the blockbuster hit “Captain America: Civil War,” which had been received well by fans and had generated more hype and excitement for the upcoming standalone film, Holland and the rest of the cast of “Spider-Man: Homecoming” are set to begin shooting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Just recently, a casting notice was released by Tammy Smith Casting Atlanta, as they gave a notice to interested applicants who want to fill in the roles of “High School Students” extras. The extras will take part in the upcoming “Summer of George!” project that is the production codename of “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”

The ad is looking for students of all types. Also, the casting company is searching for extras who are from Asia and East India. The casting is open to interested applicants 15 to 17, and “young men and women” 18 to 25.

Filming for the said extras will begin on June 20. The filming where these students will be involved in is expected to all be shot through July 1.

Aside from Holland, “Spider-Man: Homecoming” will also star Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and pop star Zendaya as Michelle. Other casts include Laura Harrier of “One Life to Live” and Tony Revolori of “Dope” as two unannounced characters.

The film will open in theaters on July 7, 2017.