For fans of Spider-Man who are dying for new information about the upcoming “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Tom Holland’s latest Instagram picture may get you even more excited for the film.

The lead actor took to his Instagram account to post a black-and-white photo of himself on the “Homecoming” set on Thursday. The photo features Holland, 20, in a dark alleyway, standing atop some sort of structure. While Holland can barely be seen, he appears to be wearing the Spider-Man costume while holding something in his left hand. 

“Thank you to @georgejcottle and his amazing team for making me look like a bada--. #spidermanhomecoming #stunts,” Holland wrote in the photo’s caption. Holland has been active as of late posting photos of himself wearing the costume, including during a visit to a children’s hospital. 

 

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“Spider-Man: Homecoming” will take place after the events of “Captain America: Civil War.” As for who Spidey will battle in the film, it has been confirmed that he will face off against the Vulture but who will play the character is still currently unknown. Michael Keaton and Logan Marshall-Green have been cast as unknown villains. 

In July, speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Holland revealed how Spidey’s new, mechanical web shooters will work. 

“We’re working on different ways of doing it, for different types of webs, you see. There’s not just,” Holland said while making a number one with his finger before adding, “Oh, I might have given something away there.” 

“It’s like this. What we really want to try and [show] is grabbing the web,” Holland said. “We’ve never seen anyone... It’s always just like 'it sticks to him, so now we have to grab [the web].’ So that’s our big thing of the moment.” 

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is scheduled to release July 7, 2017 and will also star Robert Downey Jr., Zendaya Coleman and Marisa Tomei.