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.
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.
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