With the main players in place, Spider-Man: Homecoming continues to beef up its cast and has added actresses Tiffany Espensen and Garcelle Beauvais in as-yet unspecified roles. The Marvel Studios and Columbia Pictures co-production stars Tom Holland as the Wallcrawler following his debut in the role earlier this year in Captain America: Civil War, along with Michael Keaton, Marissa Tomei, Zendaya and Robert Downey Jr. Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige are executive producing. Jon Watts is directing. Beauvais is best known for roles in The Jamie Foxx Show and NYPD Blue and she currently serves as a co-host on syndicated entertainment show Hollywood Today Live. Her TV credits include Franklin & Bash, Grimm, The Mentalist, and Eyes. Her film roles include Wild Wild West, White House Down, Barbershop 2: Back in Business, and Bad Company. She’s repped by Gilbertson Entertainment and Stone Manners Salners Agency. Espensen currently stars on Disney XD’s Kirby Buckets and in addition to several TV guest starring roles she starred as Piper in Nickelodeon’s Bucket & Skinner’s Epic Adventures. Other credits include 2015’s Monsterville: The Cabinet Of Souls. She’s repped by Paradigm, Randy James Management and Lev Ginsburg.

Q’orianka Kilcher

Q’orianka Kilcher has joined the cast of the Scott Cooper-directed western drama Hostiles, starring Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike. Set at the end of the Western frontier period, the film follows a decorated Army captain coerced into returning a dying Cheyenne war chief and his family on horseback back to their tribal lands in New Mexico. Kilcher has been cast as “Moon Deer,” described as a soulful young Native American who reached out to create unity with the Army. Kilcher is best known for portraying Pocohontas in Terence Malik’s 2005 The New World, which also starred Bale, along with Colin Farrell and Christopher Plummer. Other roles include the films Princess Kaiulani, Sky opposite Diane Krueger and Norman Reedus, and Firelight, opposite Cuba Gooding, Jr., and roles on Sons Of Anarchy, The Killing, and Longmire. She’ll be seen in the upcoming Te Ata, which tells the true story of the first Native American woman to perform on Broadway. She’s repped by Kelly Tiffan Management and Sean Marks of Marks Law Group.