“Broad City” star Hannibal Buress has joined the cast of Sony and Marvel’s Spider-Man reboot hitting theaters next summer.

Buress is the second stand-up comedian to join "Spider-Man: Homecoming," following “Community” alum Donald Glover, according to media reports. 

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The roles the actors will be playing have yet to be announced, but superhero Peter Parker is off the table as Tom Holland will be filling those shoes.

The film directed by Amy Pascal and Jon Watts is set to debut on July 7, 2017, with Kevin Feige producing.

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Former “Batman” star Michael Keaton is switching gears and will be seen as the villain in the upcoming movie, the New York Daily News reports. 

Buress also has upcoming roles in the  films "The Masterpiece" (2016), "The Comedian" (2017) and "Baywatch" (2017).