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Spider-Man's Enemy Revealed, Tom Hardy Could Be 'Batman 3' Villain

October 14, 2010 (2:39 am) GMT
Rhys Ifans is said to portray The Lizard in 'Spider-Man' reboot, while the 'Inception' actor reportedly has been cast for an unnamed role.

A villain for "" reboot is allegedly unveiled. Despite filmmakers' decision to keep ' role under wraps, The Wrap reports that the Welsh actor who was recently cast in the movie will portray Dr. Curt Connors, or better known as The Lizard.

Another superhero film, "Batman 3", reportedly has also found its bad guy. According to Deadline Hollywood, Christopher Nolan has recruited his "" actor to join his next project. Insiders won't reveal his character, but the site suggests that Hardy will possibly tackle a villain role.

Hardy is set to star in "", but production for the movie has been hit with another delay.

So far, the official cast members of untitled Spider-Man reboot are who will portray Peter Parker/Spider-Man, and who will star as Gwen Stacy, in addition to Rhys Ifans. Marc Webb will direct the movie which is slated to hit U.S. theaters on July 3, 2012, with shooting scheduled to kick off in December this year.

As for untitled Batman 3 project, is expected to reprise his role as Bruce Wayne aka Batman when the movie starts shooting reportedly in April 2011 for a targeted July 20, 2012 U.S. release. Christopher Nolan has confirmed to return to the directing seat.

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