We’re getting closer and closer to the third cinematic incarnation of Spider-Man in the past ten years. Spider-Man: Homecoming started shooting in Atlanta this week and is still making new additions to its already-impressive cast. Recently, Donald Glover and Hannibal Buress signed onto the film, and this week The Hollywood Reporter announced that it has made two other new additions, ones that will certainly excite fans of the television shows Fargo and Better Call Saul.
Bokeem Woodbine, of Fargo Season 2 fame, has joined the cast as an unspecified villain. While his role is unknown, it seems likely that he’ll be crossing paths with Michael Keaton and Logan Marshall-Green’s villains, also unknown as of right now. Woodbine is impressive on Fargo and we’re sure he’ll fit right into Marvel’s Cinematic Universe with ease. This is usually the part where we’d speculate as to how his character will fit in with the rest of the film’s characters, but given how little we know about the film at this point, we’ll just say that it’ll be cool to watch him presumably set off Peter’s spider-sense.
While his role is also unknown, we also now know that Michael Mando of Better Call Saul fame will be appearing in the film. He’s one of the best parts of the show as Nacho and also made a memorable appearance in Orphan Black. Like Woodbine, his role has not been announced, nor has his affiliation. Whether he’s a good guy, a bad guy, or something in-between remains to be seen.
Details on the film as a whole are relatively scarce. However, with filming having officially started, it seems like a safe bet to assume that details will start hitting the web sooner or later.