Liev Schreiber Joins Sony’s Animated ‘Spider-Man’ Movie As A Voice Of A Villain

Handsome “Ray Donovan” leading man actor Liev Schreiber is returning to the Marvel film franchise to voice the villain in a planned animated Spider-Man movie. The talented star previously channeled his dark side to portray “Wolverine’s” archenemy Sabretooth in 2009’s “X-Men: Origins Wolverine,” in which he appeared opposite Hugh Jackman as the clawed titular mutant, and now Liev has joined the voice cast for Sony Pictures’ new picture.Emmy Awards 2016 - Arrivals
Specific details about his character have yet to be revealed, but he will go up against Dope actor Shameik Moore as Miles Morales, the half-black, half-Latino teen who takes over the web-slinging alter-ego of Spider-Man following the death of original protagonist Peter Parker.

Donald Glover voiced Morales in animated Disney series “Ultimate Spider-man: Web Warriors.”


More casting is underway.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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