It's only been a few weeks since filming began on Marvel and Sony's Spider-Man: Homecoming, and already we've seen a number of set photos as production continues in Atlanta, while several more cast members have been added. Over just the past week, actors such as Abraham Attah, Garcelle Beauvais, Tiffany Espensen and Tyne Daly have signed on, although no details have been given as to who they're playing. Today we have word that the superhero adventure has brought on The Nice Guys star Angourie Rice.

Like most of the new cast members before her, no details were given about which character Angourie Rice is playing, and The Hollywood Reporter doesn't specify if she has already started filming in Atlanta quite yet. While the cast keeps growing and growing, only a few actors' characters have been confirmed, such as Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Marisa Tomei as Aunt May. Marvel and Sony still haven't released any official plot details, but recent set photos have been taken at a high school, and on a freeway that may be leading into Washington D.C., reportedly during a school field trip.

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Neither Peter Parker love interest Gwen Stacy nor Mary Jane Watson have been cast. And it isn't immediatly clear if either character will be included in this reboot. Some are speculating that Angourie Rice could be playing Mary Jane, as she does somewhat resemble former Spider-Man actress Kirsten Dunst, though the blonde hair pegs her as a Gwen Stacy. There have been murmurs that Sony might be planning a standalone Spider-Gwen movie, so who knows if we're looking at Spider-Gwen in the flesh here. That may be doubtful, though, as Spider-Gwen lives in an alternate universe. Angourie Rice is 15 years old, and while Tom Holland is 20, his character is supposed to be the same age.

Regardless of who she's playing, Angourie Rice joins a cast that also includes Robert Downey Jr. returning as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Michael Keaton as the villain, rumored to be Vulture and Logan Marshall-Green as another rumored villain, The Tinkerer. Tony Revolori is set to play a schoolyard nemesis of Peter Parker, along with Laura Harrier, Michael Barbieri, Martin Starr, Isabella Amara, Jorge Lendenborg Jr., J.J. Totah, Donald Glover, Kenneth Choi, Hannibal Buress, Bokeem Wodbine, Michael Mando and Abraham Attah rounding out the cast. There have been rumors that Michael Mando is playing the villain Carnage, while Abaraham Attah is rumored to play Miles Morales.

Jon Watts (Cop Car) is directing Spider-Man: Homecoming from a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein (Vacation). Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal are producing, with Marvel and Sony setting a July 7, 2017 release date. As of now, Spider-Man: Homecoming doesn't have any direct competition in its July 7, 2017 date, but it will be opening one week after 20th Century Fox's War For the Planet of the Apes and a week after Universal's Despicable Me 3 and Sony's Uncharted.

Angourie Rice made her feature debut in These Final Hours back in 2013, which she followed up with 2014's Walking With Dinosaurs 3D. She had her breakout role as Holly March, the daughter of Ryan Gosling's Holland March in Warner Bros.' The Nice Guys, which hit theaters this May. She will next be seen in Nowhere Boys: The Book of Shadows and Jasper Jones, neither of which have release dates set at this time.