Spider-Man: Homecoming Adds Tyne Daly!

What makes our new live-action, big-screen Spider-Man so special is the fact that he's the first to interact with fellow Marvel Comics superheroes like Iron Man and Captain America. Apart from that, there’s another thing that makes him unique…his age.

While Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield were in their late 20s when they first portrayed the webslinger, Tom Holland is a teenager.

The titular superhero in Spider-Man: Homecoming is a 15-year-old high school kid. This is why the movie’s cast roster is filled with so many young actors.

Marissa Tomei, who is still “unusually attractive”, is playing Aunt May, a character previously portrayed by actresses in their 70s (Rosemary Harris) and late 60s (Sally Field).

The 64-year-old Michael Keaton was actually the oldest actor to be on board - until today. But now we have an older one in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

According to Deadline, the 70-year-old actress - and six-time Emmy Award winner - Tyne Daly has sealed a deal with Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures to join the July 7, 2017 release.

Tyne Daly - the newest Spider-Man: Homecoming cast! Tyne Daly - the newest Spider-Man: Homecoming cast member! (Photo Credit - Pics of Celebrities)

What role is the Cagney and Lacey, Christy, and Judging Amy star playing in Spider-Man: Homecoming? We have no idea! The studios have kept such details under wraps. But I’m pretty sure that Tyne Daly isn’t portraying one of Peter Parker’s schoolmates! Do you disagree?

We recently saw a pile of photos from the Atlanta set of Spider-Man: Homecoming. But not a single one of them featured Tom Holland in his superhero suit.

But we won’t have to wait any longer! Set photos featuring Holland in his Spidey suit have finally surfaced on web! Check it out below:

If you click on the link attached to the above tweet, you will find thirty odd Spider-Man: Homecoming set photos! The images are copyrighted, so we can’t post them here.

Share your thoughts on these Spider-Man: Homecoming updates, and stay tuned for more!