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Aaron Taylor-Johnson spotted on the Kraven The Hunter set with his lookalike stunt double

Aaron Taylor-Johnson spotted on the Kraven The Hunter set with his lookalike stunt double 2

Aaron Taylor-Johnson cuts a rugged figure as he’s spotted on set with his lookalike stunt double while filming scenes for Marvel’s Kraven The Hunter

Aaron Taylor-Johnson cut a rugged figure as he was spotted with his lookalike stunt double on the set of movie Kraven The Hunter in London on Sunday.

Actor Aaron, 31, showed off his fit physique as he wore a fitted white shirt which he wore unbuttoned to give a glimpse at his chest.

He wore a pair of smartly pressed black trousers while his stunt double wore exactly the same outfit.

Seeing double: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 31 (right), cut a rugged figure as he was spotted with his lookalike stunt double on the set of movie Kraven The Hunter in London on Sunday

Seeing double: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, 31 (right), cut a rugged figure as he was spotted with his lookalike stunt double on the set of movie Kraven The Hunter in London on Sunday

The pair both wore the same necklace which featured a white tooth hanging on a black string.

Aaron’s luscious curls were swept back off his face and he sported a trimmed beard while surrounded by members of the crew.

Aaron signed on to play the title character back in May 2021 in a multi-picture deal with Sony.

All dressed up: Actor Aaron showed off his fit physique as he wore a fitted white shirt which he wore unbuttoned to give a glimpse at his chest

All dressed up: Actor Aaron showed off his fit physique as he wore a fitted white shirt which he wore unbuttoned to give a glimpse at his chest

Kraven the Hunter was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, making his debut in The Amazing Spider-Man #15 in August 1964.

The character was born Sergei Nikolaievich Kravinoff, the son of a Russian aristocrat who fled the country in 1917 during the collapse of Tsar Nicolas II’ reign.

He would ultimately grow up to become the world’s greatest big game hunter, when he sets his sights on Spider-Man in the Marvel comics.

Aaron is aboard: Aaron signed on to play the title character back in May 2021 in a multi-picture deal with Sony (pictured 2019)

Aaron is aboard: Aaron signed on to play the title character back in May 2021 in a multi-picture deal with Sony (pictured 2019)

Marvel debut: Kraven the Hunter was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, making his debut in The Amazing Spider-Man #15 in August 1964

Marvel debut: Kraven the Hunter was created by writer Stan Lee and artist Steve Ditko, making his debut in The Amazing Spider-Man #15 in August 1964

Unlike most villains, he lives his life through a unique code of honour, and, unlike most hunters, he doesn’t use weapons of any kind, hunting with his bare hands.

Also unlike most humans of any kind, he has superhuman abilities thanks to consumption of a witches brew that enhanced his strength and more.

This will mark Kraven the Hunter’s first appearance on the big screen, though there were plans in the works to have him in other Marvel movies throughout the years.

In February this year, it was announced Russell Crowe, 58, was returning to the world of Marvel Comics on the big screen, signing on for a role in Kraven the Hunter.

It is currently unclear who the actor is playing but The Hollywood Reporter revealed many of the main characters in this Kraven the Hunter movie are the title character’s family members, so it’s possible Crowe might be playing Kraven’s father.

Other cast members so far include Ariana DeBose, 31, as Calypso, Christopher Abbott, 36, as The Foreigner and Fred Hechinger, 22, as Dmitri Smerdyakov.

Russell's role: Russell Crowe is returning to the world of Marvel Comics on the big screen, signing on for a role in Sony's Kraven the Hunter in February (pictured 2017)

Russell’s role: Russell Crowe is returning to the world of Marvel Comics on the big screen, signing on for a role in Sony’s Kraven the Hunter in February (pictured 2017)

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