Los Angeles: Judah Lewis and three other teenage actors have reportedly been screen tested for the titular role in the upcoming instalment of the "Spider-Man" franchise.
Spider-Man. Pic/Santa Banta
Lewis, Matthew Lintz, Charlie Plummer and Charlie Rowe, have joined Tom Holland and Asa Butterfield in the list of possible actors to play the new version of the superhero, said The Hollywood Reporter.
The new version of Spider-Man will appear in "Captain America: Civil War" in 2016.
Lewis will be seen in the remake of "Point Break" as a young Johnny Utah.
He also has a role in "Demolition", coming this fall.
Plummer had a recurring role on TV series "Boardwalk Empire", and a supporting role in "Not Fade Away".
Meanwhile, Rowe had a lead role on FOX's canceled series "Red Band Society". He appeared in "The Golden Compass".
Present for the tests were reportedly producer Kevin Feige, producer Amy Pascal, and director duo Joe and Anthony Russo ("Captain America: Civil War").
Sources said that the producers had looked at over 1,500 boys from around the world for the role.
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