The latest updates and spoilers for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" reveal another Spidey villain joining Mysterio. Marvel Studios and Sony announced that Turkish-born actor Numan Acar will join the sequel's cast in an unknown role. Marvel head Kevin Feige also addresses Tom Holland's leaked announcement of the film's official title.

"Spider-Man: Far From Home" will take place after the events of "Avengers 4" and is the first movie to kick-off Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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It features Peter Parker going on a European sponsored trip with his high school friends, but it was ruined thanks to a heist by Mysterio. Peter must also cope with the loss of Tony Stark [VIDEO] and tries live-up to his legacy as a hero.

Chameleon joins the MCU

According to Deadline, Numan Acar has been cast in the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" sequel as "Dimitri," a secondary villain alongside Jake Gyllenhaal's character Mysterio in the film. While Marvel Studios and Sony did not comment on who Dimitri is, long-time comic book fans speculated that Acar's character could be Dmitri Smerdyakov a.k.a. The Chameleon.

In the comics, Chameleon is depicted as a thief who uses makeup to facially disguise himself to look like any person he wants. He is also the haft-brother of supervillain Kraven the Hunter and has joined several supervillain groups such as the Sinister Six, A.I.M., and HYDRA.

It is likely that Dmitri will join Beck in his schemes to steal Tony Stark's last invention for Stark Industries and it is up to Peter to get it back with the help of MI6 agent Jessica Drew.

He will also go through an emotional journey after his experience in "Avengers: Infinity War" and their last battle with Thanos. It is also speculated that Samuel L. Jackson will reprise his role as Nick Fury [VIDEO] to guide Peter on his journey in Tony's place.

Kevin Feige on Tom Holland's 'Far From Home' leak

According to BirthMoviesDeath (via Screen Geek), Kevin Feige stated that Tom Holland's announcement of the "Spider-Man" sequel title was done out a logistic need to reveal their plans.

“There are certain logistics of the way these Movies are made that meant that title would potentially be leaked in some way because it was going out into the world in various forms, " Feige told BirthMovieDeath. "So Mr. Holland took it upon himself to leak it for us.”

Feige told Cinemablend in a previous interview that "Far From Home" has multiple meanings and fans will definitely enjoy Peter's next adventure in the MCU.