Sony’s Kraven the Hunter Movie Adds Levi Miller in a Mystery Role

While Morbius’ luck at the box office continues to run out, Sony is pushing ahead with more MCU-adjacent Marvel movies. Deadline brings word that Levi Miller has booked a role in the studio’s upcoming Kraven the Hunter standalone film. But the nature of his character is still a mystery.

Miller’s breakthrough came in 2015 when he played the title role in Pan. Since then, he has shown up in The CW’s Supergirl and Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time. Most recently, Miller appeared opposite Jason Isaacs in Streamline, which was released last year.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson was cast as the film’s title character almost a year ago. Kraven has long been one of Spider-Man’s deadliest adversaries in Marvel’s comic book universe. But if Sony’s last three Marvel features are any indication, we can likely rule out an appearance by the wall-crawler himself. Over the last few months, director J.C. Chandor haș filled out the supporting cast with an impressive roster of talent. The movie will also mark the live-action debuts of the Chameleon (Fred Hechinger), Calypso (Ariana DeBose), and The Foreigner (Christopher Abbott). Russell Crowe and Allesandro Nivola are on the call sheet as well.

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Chandor is directing Kraven the Hunter from a screenplay by Art Marcum & Matt Holloway and Richard Wenk. Sony is also currently developing live-action films for other Marvel characters like Madame Web and Spider-Woman. But given the recent backlash to Morbius (specifically its two post-credits scenes), it may be hard for the studio to win over fans to its separate film universe.

Kraven the Hunter will hit theaters on January 13, 2023.

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