Who Plays Kraven The Hunter In Sony’s Spider-Man Universe? Aaron Taylor-Johnson started acting from childhood and has slowly amassed a pile of roles which began with minor but memorable supporting parts in films like that of a young Charlie Chaplin in “Shanghai Knights” and an adolescent version of Edward Norton’s character in “The Illusionist.”

Who Plays Kraven The Hunter In Sony’s Spider-Man Universe?

He played a teenage version of John Lennon in the film “Nowhere Boy,” and was Count Alexei Kirillovich Vronsky in the 2012 version of “Anna Karenina.” British teenagers also likely remember him as Robbie, the object of Georgia Nicolson’s (Georgia Groome) affection in the film adaption of “Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging.”

His later career has seen him stepping forward as a leading man into adult supporting roles, starting with his turn as Ford Brody in “Godzilla.” He also popped up in “The King’s Men” as Archie Reid, in Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet,” and as one of Robert the Bruce’s (Chris Pine) men in the Netflix film “Outlaw King.” Most recently, he was Tangerine in the action comedy “Bullet Train.” And with “Kraven: The Hunter,” he’s got a role that just might take his career to another level.

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