Zendaya fans and Spider-Man fans have something to celebrate today.
On Sunday, it was revealed who the actress and singer will be playing in the upcoming film Spider-Man: Homecoming. In a post from Entertainment Weekly, it was discovered that Zendaya will be playing a character named Michelle.
She joins the cast with Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori and Jacob Batalon where it seems that each character will have his or her own identity.
"We constantly refer to ourselves as the Breakfast Club," Harrier noted.
"I'm [Peter Parker's] bully and I don't know how cool he is, but when we call cut, I'm just like, 'Ah! You're so cool," Revolori said on working with Tom Holland who plays Spider-Man.
The site also mentioned that the main villain in the film is going to be Vulture.
"Vulture's the first real villain in the Spider-Man comics," director Jon Watts said. "He's in the second issue. He's one of the classics from the best rogues' gallery out there, and we've never seen him, he's never been brought to life."
Zendaya stayed pretty quiet during the interview, but time will give more details on what her character will bring to the film.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is expected to hit theaters on July 7, 2017.
In a previous report from Complex, the breakthrough celebrity opened up on how important it is to be a role model as she goes through life in the entertainment industry.
"I think it's a responsibility, but like Tupac Shakur, I'm a real model," she said. "Which means: I'm not pretending to be something that I'm not, because like he said, people are going to be disappointed when they find out who they are, because it's not going to be what you presented to the world. So just keep it real. I'm a good kid and that's all."