Another Brit has been announced as the new Spider-Man.
Tom Holland, who was in Wolf Hall and Billy Elliot, has grabbed the lead in the franchise reboot.
Marvel and Sony confirmed the news in a statement on their website.
Holland takes over from Andrew Garfield for the new film which is due out July 2017.
There had been speculation that a black Spider-Man would be chosen this time.
In a statement posted on their website, Marvel said: “Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios are proud to announce that after a full worldwide casting search, Tom Holland will play Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the next Spider-Man film.”
The statement also said: “The studios and producers were impressed by Holland’s performances in The Impossible, Wolf Hall, and the upcoming In the Heart of the Sea, and by a series of complex screen tests.”
“For Spidey himself, we saw many terrific young actors, but Tom’s screen tests were special. All in all, we are off to a roaring start,” said Tom Rothman, Sony Pictures Motion Pictures group chairman.
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Tom is first expected to make an appearance as Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War in order to properly introduce him into the Marvel film universe.
Then the standalone Spider-Man films will follow.
Former Sony co-chairman Amy Pascal is producing along with Kevin Feige.
Sony have confirmed that they will foot the $4bn dollar bill for the franchise reboot, adding in their statement, that Pascal and Feige together “will collaborate on a new creative direction for the Web-Slinger”.
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