Spider-Man 3: Could Tom Holland's Brother Harry Play Iconic Villain in the Film?

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By Bri Constantino | More Articles Socially awkward straightedge fraud.
January 18, 2021  01:12 PM

After a slew of interesting rumors, casting announcements, and leaks, fans can't help but feel excited about Tom Holland's third Spider-Man film which is speculated to be the Marvel Cinematic Universe's take on a live-action Spider-Verse film. You may not realize it, but the film is looking pretty stacked with several actors already confirmed to appear.

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Jamie Foxx and Alfred Molina have both been confirmed to reprise their baddie roles as Electro and Doc Ock and rumors have been persistent that Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire are also in serious negotiations to make their Spider-Man comeback in the MCU sequel.

Surprisingly enough, Tom's younger brother Harry Holland also seems to be joining the fun after leaked set photos surfaced online where he was spotted in New York equipped with a harness. Now, this may only be a minor cameo from Holland's bro but what if Harry ends up becoming part of the franchise... as a major Spidey villain? Naturally, the obvious choice would be Harry Osborn aka Peter Parker's best friend (besides Ned Leeds), and considering their age gap isn't that big, that would totally work.

Again, Harry's Spider-Man 3 involvement could end up becoming nothing more but a minor cameo and quite frankly, it's not like the film needs additional supporting characters. Still, an appearance from Osborn in the film is an interesting thought to ponder. Would you like to see Peter Parker's brash and brilliant best bud to make his way to the Marvel Cinematic Universe?

The yet-to-be-titled third Spider-Man film will hit cinemas in December.

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