'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Enlists Martin Starr And Logan Marshall-Green As One Of Its Villains

Martin Starr Logan Marshall-Green Spider-Man: Homecoming
Alright, so didn't I just write a post about someone being cast in Spider-Man: Homecoming? Seriously, I feel like our entire homepage is full of casting news for this movie. Anyway, the cast Jon Watts and Marvel have been putting together for their upcoming Spidey film has been nothing short of impressive, and apparently they aren't done adding big names to the project just yet.
New reports indicate that Silicon Valley's Martin Starr will be starring in the film, as will Logan Marshall-Green (Prometheus) in a villain role. 

The news of Starr's casting come courtesy of Deadline, and as has been the case with many of these cast additions his role is still unknown. There are of course several possibilities, including a high school teacher of Peter Parker, Daily Bugle employee, or a young Kurt Connors or Otto Octavius. One possibility that has been thrown around is Starr portraying The Tinkerer, who has been rumored to appear in the film as an assistant to Michael Keaton's Vulture. The majority of the roles fans have been typecasting Starr in are more nerdy and scientific types given his past roles in both Silicon Valley and Freak and Geeks when he was younger.
Martin Starr Freaks and Geeks
THR on the other hand bring us the news of Marshall-Green's casting, with the actor reportedly set to appear as one of Spider-Man's villains in the film. The possibilities are endless of course, but given Green's age and physical shape he may be playing a villain such as Scorpion who is much more muscle than brains. We already know that Michael Keaton will be playing the yet to be confirmed main villain of the movie, but Marshall-Green could be appearing as a smaller threat Peter Parker has to deal with at some point in the plot.
Logan Marshall-Green Prometheus
As I stated above, Starr and Marshall-Green are joining an already stacked cast including Zendeya, Michael Barbieri, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, Michael Keaton, Kenneth Choi, Donald Glover, Marisa Tomei, Robert Downey Jr., and of course Tom Holland. Director Jon Watts has recently spoken out about the film and the diversity of its cast in an interview for his new movie Clown. Watts explained the diversity by talking about how he felt Peter Parker's home of Queens needed to be accurately presented in the film, and he wanted his high school to reflect that. The director also remained tight lipped when asked about whether Donald Glover was playing Miles Morales, so I guess we'll have to wait for Marvel to let out an official press release for all this casting some time soon.
Jon Watts Spider-Man Homecoming
So what do you think of Martin Starr and Logan Marshall-Green joining Spider-Man Homecoming? What roles do you think they're playing? Let us know below!