Marvel’s Spider-Man, Tom Holland, reportedly paid a visit to the “Suicide Squad” official set in Toronto. Joel Kinnaman (who plays Rick Flagg in the film) tweeted about Holland’s visit to the set. He tweeted a photo of himself with the 19-year-old British actor where the latter can be seen posing with a machine gun. Dressed in casual attire, he appears to hold a bullet between his lips. Kinnaman appears to have his hand on Holland’s shoulder and is smiling.

He captioned the picture, “We had a Marvel intruder on set today. Just in case those Spidey senses stop working we got Tommie loaded up.”

It's not known what Holland was doing with the team of “Suicide Squad.” According to the Comicbook reports, he was in Toronto to finish his work on indie film “Back Country,” which also stars Kinnaman and just paid the friendly visit to the latter on David Ayer’s film’s set. It has also been reported that Holland came to wrap up his scenes in “Back Country” as he has already finished filming “Captain America: Civil War,” which is being shot in Atlanta.

Holland was confirmed to play the web-slinger in the standalone “Spider-Man” film and be a part of ensemble cast in “Captain America: Civil War” in June.  He will be reportedly seen as a school going Peter Parker in the next installment of the $4 billion “Spider-Man” franchise set for July 28, 2017 released.

Meanwhile, Ayer’s “Suicide Squad” concerns a set of supervillains who take up a dangerous black-ops mission in exchange of clemency. The film is much anticipated and its first trailer was shown at San Diego Comic Con. The other stars cast of the film includes Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Jai Courtney, Cara Delevingne, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Karen Fukuhara, Jay Hernandez, Adam Beach, Scott Eastwood, Ike Barinholtz, Jim ParrackCommon, Alex Meraz, David Harbour, Raymond Olubowale and Viola Davis. It opens Aug. 5, 2015.