Spider-Man Homecoming High School Students

Casting Call for Ages 15-25 for New Spider-Man Movie in Atlanta

That’s right! If you have ever wanted to be in the action and see Spidey swing from buildings and catch the bad guys, then here is your chance! The title of the next Spider-Man movie was announced last month, just in time for casting calls to be released! The new film that will be called “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is now looking for males and females to portray high school students in the movie.

About the Movie

The 2017 reboot of Spider-Man is set to be released into theaters on July 7th of next year. The movie will be directed by Jon Watts. Tom Holland will star as the webbed super hero. He is reprising the role he played in Captain America: Civil War. The movie is set to star Marisa Tomei as Aunty May and Zendaya as Michelle. There isn’t a whole lot that has been released about the plot just yet, but according to Deadline, Holland said “Peter (Parker) is trying to find his way home”. They also report that Holland introduced footage from Captain America: Civil War, which Disney is actually showing to exhibitors and CinemaCon attendees, where Parker enters his home to find Aunt May with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). Stark tells Parker that he has applied for a special grant, and that he has been accepted. It looks like the next film just may be an extension of this story line!

What They Are Looking For

Tammy Smith Casting is now looking for teens and young adults to play high school students in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming film.

*Please note, more roles will be posted at a later date. They are only accepting submissions for these roles at this time.

High School Students ages 15 to 17
All types, conservative to unique looks and especially need Asian East Indian students
Films in Atlanta June 20th – July 1st. The pay rate is @80.00 each day with overtime after 8 hours (filming is approx 10-12 hours for minors). If you submit for this role, include the name of your high school or if you are home schooled in your submission. They welcome handicapped students to apply! List that information as well if applicable. The subject line of the email for this role should read High School Student.

High School Students ages 18-25
All types, from conservative to unique looks, and especially need Asian and East Indian student types that still look young/high school age. These roles film in Atlanta June 20th through July 21st. The pay rate is 68.00 for each day with overtime after 8 hours. (film days are approx 12 hours or more) They welcome handicapped students to apply! List that information as well if applicable. If you are submitting for this role, the subject line of the email should say HS Student Look.

Must have a non-restricted social security number for employment in the United States.

The movie will be filming in the greater Atlanta area so you must be local to be considered. The casting is for paid extra work as a local hire in all locations.

How to Apply

Photos and information should be sent in one complete email. If you need to revise the email or if you forget something in the email, please send all of the information again in one complete revised email. The casting team is requesting a lot of information. Please Click Here to get the complete submission instructions.

Leave a Casting Response

5 Casting Responses

  1. Tony S.

    Wait is it to late to audition?


    AGE – 14
    HEIGHT – 5’3
    ETHNICITY – ASIAN ( half Chinese, and half Vietnamese )
    It would be amazing to be a part of this movie. Although I am 14 I have been told I look much older than I am. There probably no chance I will be a part of this because I am from Vancouver, Canada. Please take me in consideration tho.

  3. Kylie Eady

    Hi I’m 18 years old and i have always wanted to become an actress but my dad told me it’s like 1 in a million chance that i could make it. I have blue eyes and brown hair i am 5’3 and would love to be apart of this 🙂

  4. Deondre Ware

    I would love to hear more from this website.

  5. MC

    excited to find this site