Sony’s Animated Spider-Man Movie Adds Mahershala Ali & Brian Tyree Henry

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Moonlight‘s Mahershala Ali and Atlanta‘s Brian Tyree Henry are joining the voice cast of Sony’s yet-to-be titled animated Spider-Man movie from Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

Per The Tracking Board, Henry has signed on to voice the father of Miles Morales, Jefferson Davis. Meanwhile, Ali is playing his uncle, Aaron Davis, a.ka. the Prowler.

The two are joining a voice cast that so far includes The Get Down‘s Shameik Moore as Miles and X-Men Origins: Wolverine star Liev Schreiber as the film’s main villain.

Bob Persichetti and Peter Ramsey are co-directing the project, working from a script by Lord, who’s also serving as an executive producer with Miller. In addition, Gravity Falls creator Alex Hirsch is on board as a story contributor.

Sony’s animated Spider-Man film is set for release on December 14, 2018.

Source: The Tracking Board 

7 Best Legacy Villains In Comics

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Superheroes aren’t the only comic characters capable of leaving behind a legacy. Even the most dastardly and deadly villains can inspire certain people to follow in their footsteps. We don’t all want to grow up and become police or fire fighters, so it makes sense some kids in comic universes idolize thugs like Kingpin or Captain Cold due to how they control a situation.

While villains like Doctor Doom and the Joker have always stayed the same, certain characters have had multiple identities. As the mantle is passed down, the new figures take aspects from the old version of the character and bring in their own personality to slightly tweak how the villain does business. Regardless of how their personalities change, the villains remain just as powerful and deadly no matter who’s behind the mask.

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Michael Bezanidis

Michael Bezanidis

Michael is the Managing Editor of Heroic Hollywood. When he's not playing video games, he's usually writing about film and television.