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Spider-Man (Tom Holland) Calls out Thor Himself With Stunt Work From Spider-Man: Homecoming Set

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Tom Holland has showed us his athletic (and dancing) prowess in the past, even before he was officially cast as Spider-Man, and he’s not afraid to go even bigger now that we’re all expecting some superhuman stunts. While we all wait impatiently for Spider-Man to get the full MCU treatment that we once thought he might never get, at least we can watch Holland’s acrobatics on the interwebs.

In case you were wondering why he called out Thor himself at the end (which, let’s be honest, is absolutely the kind of ill-advised sarcastic prodding Peter Parker would get into), the whole video is a quick jab at Chris Hemsworth’s own trampoline “stunt” on Instagram. While picking on Thor is not something I’d normally advise, I’d happily continue to watch Marvel’s heroes battle it out on Instagram while we wait for their respective movies to roll out.

Holland and director Jon Watts also recently posted a curious green screen video, and it’s hard to tell whether they’re just setting up a shot, or if this will end up being a shot of Spidey solemnly sitting atop a skyscraper. We’ve got a long wait until next July to find out, so please keep that Instagram banter coming, everyone.

(via Geek Tyrant)

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