Matt Lintz Almost Played Spider-Man at Marvel Studios

Bruno’s interpreter in the series Ms. Marvel, currently showing on Disney+, Matt Lintz revealed that he was almost cast as Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The actor appeared at the top of the list, but ended up losing to Tom Holland.

An interesting detail is that, originally, Butterfield Wing (Sex Education) had been chosen, but after commenting on this subject without authorization in publications on Reddit, he ended up having his contract terminated.

‎”I was at the top of the Spider-Man list, which eventually went to this guy, Tom Holland. I don’t know if you know who he is!”

told the insider (via ComicBook).

“Tom is an amazing person, and a very talented actor. I feel like life has come full circle.” ‎

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