Check out the new images of Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. It looks like Spidey will be hitching a ride on the back of a semi-truck hauling some concrete tubing.
We know this: according to our source, Holland arrived on the set in Atlanta, Georgia, at around 7 a.m. on June 27 to film two scenes, shooting for about 12 hours that day. The first was a bus scene, where the kids take a trip to Washington D.C. These photos, however, come from the second scene, in which Spider-Man runs alongside a cement truck and jumps onto it. The running scenes reportedly will be completed using CGI, but the action scenes where Spider-Man jumps onto the truck were pure Holland, and not a stunt double. This is even more impressive considering that the temperatures in Atlanta hit 100 degrees Fahrenheit during filming.
Check out the photos below! To see some previously released set photos that aren’t as cool, click here.
HOMECOMING SPIDER-MAN SET PHOTOS! #SpiderManHomecoming pic.twitter.com/xgnpWK3TAt
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First look at Tom Holland in costume on set of SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING
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