LOS ANGELES — Actor Tobey Maguire is among the Hollywood players who will host Democratic presidential contender Hillary Rodham Clinton later this month when she makes her second fundraising swing through Los Angeles.

Maguire, star of the “Spiderman” franchise, and his wife Jennifer are opening their home for one of two “conversations” with Clinton on June 19 that benefit her presidential campaign, according to an invitation obtained by The Washington Post. A similar event earlier in the evening is being held at the home of HBO executive Michael Lombardo and his husband Sonny Ward, who were top fundraisers for President Obama.

Tickets for both events cost $2,700, the maximum allowed donation to Clinton’s campaign. Co-hosts are asked to raise $27,000 and hosts are asked to bring in $50,000.

Clinton was just in Los Angeles May 7, when she headlined three fundraisers hosted by figures such as “NYPD Blue” producer Steven Bocho, “Homeland’s” Howard Gordon and billionaire media mogul Haim Saban. Those events together drew more than 800 people, generating at least $2.2 million for her campaign.