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Things We Saw Today: Spider-Man: Homecoming Has Officially Wrapped

Tom Holland and other cast members say bye-bye to Atlanta.

See you soon Atlanta. It's been real 👊🏻 #spidermanhomecoming

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Spider-Man: Homecoming has officially wrapped filming! While we still have to wait until July 2017 to see the film, several actors said their farewells to Atlanta yesterday (where the movie had been in production), including Spidey himself Tom Holland (seen above) and Jacob Batalon, who will be playing the role of Ned Leeds.

  • Hillary Clinton’s appearance on the 20th episode of Between Two Ferns earned the segment its “highest launch-day viewcount in Funny Or Die History.” (via Deadline)
  • Ryan Reynolds shared this pretty cool gem on Instagram, which finally answers the question, “What do you get when you combine Deadpool and Pikachu?”
  • This story is nuts: a deputy editor and founding member over at The Verge got a new job over at Apple, but didn’t disclose he’d been hired elsewhere to his former employers (as one would normally be inclined to do). Chris Ziegler started working for Apple in July and wasn’t found out until September; a statement released by The Verge says his employment was terminated the same day it was discovered he had a second job. It must be nice, it must be niiiiice to be able to ghost your job! (via Gizmodo)
  • Rooney Mara is open to a Girl With The Dragon Tattoo sequel, but she’s not convinced it’s going to be happening any time soon. (via ScreenDaily)
  • The Stranger Things cast continues in their quest to be incredibly endearing, making an appearance on AMC’s Geeking Out. Actors Galen Matarazzo and Caleb McLaughlin showed off their secret handshake–which isn’t as much of a secret anymore, I guess. They also revealed what scared them the most from season one.

What did you see today, gentle readers?

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