Donald Glover Feels Too Old To Play Spider-Man

(Radio.com) While Donald Glover really appreciates all the support from fans who think he would make a good Spider-Man, but he swears he does not want to take on the role right now. And it's for one simple reason.

In a new interview with USA Today at the premiere of Magic Mike XXL, Glover explained he was probably a little too old to play the part, no matter how many people tweeted #Donald4Spiderman. He's 31 years old.

"If I was playing a high schooler," Glover says, "a lot of things would have been wrong." But, never say never. Glover, who voices the biracial Miles Morales, who is Spider-Man in Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man: Web-Warriors, said he would be interested in being a part of a future incarnation of the film-and with there having already been three Spider-Mans in the last 13 years, that's not farfetched-but only if it made sense.

Like, if the character "ages up in the future" via "a Terminator thing jumping back and forth" then he'd be down. Read more here.

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