Marvel's "Spider-Man: Far From Home" movie is continuing to add more members to its ensemble cast. It's already known that actor Tom Holland will reprise his role as everyone's favorite web-slinger for another romp in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Actor Michael Keaton will also be back to reprise his role from "Spider-Man: Homecoming" as The Vulture. Now, another actor has been added to the cast.

J.B. Smoove joins the cast

The Heroic Hollywood website reported that actor and comedian J.B. Smoove is the latest to join the ensemble cast for the new "Spider-Man" movie. Smoove is known for his role as the recurring character Leon Black on HBO's hit comedy "Curb Your Enthusiasm." He's been appearing on the show ever since 2007.

Smoove has also been in cameo roles or one-episode appearances on shows including "Chicago Fire," "Transparent," "Chicago P.D.," and "New Girl."

He's also been in a long list of movie roles, although not necessarily lengthy ones. Most recently, Smoove appeared in the Kyrie Irving film "Uncle Drew" as Angelo. He's also been in 2016's "Barbershop: The Next Cut" as One-Stop and "Almost Christmas" as Lonnie. In addition to all that, he's a standup comic who still does some gigs when he can.

So far, it's unknown what character J.B. Smoove will play. Most likely, Smoove will get a comedic relief role in the new movie. The first film featured comedian Hannibal Buress as Coach Wilson from Peter Parker's high school. Possibly, Smoove will have a similar role at the school or even be a new associate for one of the villains.

Other 'Far From Home' details

As mentioned, Michael Keaton will be back as The Vulture. However, the main villain in this movie looks to be Mysterio [VIDEO]. That role will be handled by award-winning actor Jake Gyllenhaal. It has Spider-Man comic book fans rather excited to see if Gyllenhaal can help deliver another strong villain in the MCU.

Tom Holland will reprise his role as the superhero, but he'll be entering this film not long after the events of the untitled "Avengers 4" film [VIDEO]. In a spoiler alert, Peter Parker (aka "Spider-Man"), didn't fare so well at the end of "Avengers: Infinity War." However, it's believed he'll show up again for the fourth Avengers film. Unfortunately, there could be some tough circumstances for him to deal with.

All of that will lead to "Spider-Man: Far From Home." Marvel is banking on another hit movie in the MCU and based on "Infinity War," "Ant-Man and The Wasp," "Black Panther," and other Marvel films, they could deliver. The ensemble cast won't hurt either. The new Marvel movie, "Spider-Man: Far From Home," is set to hit United States theaters on July 5, 2019.