And that’s a wrap! Tom Holland just revealed that he is officially done being Spider-Man – at least for now.
After filming the Spider-Man: Homecoming for the past three plus months, Holland, who plays Spider-Man/Peter Parker in the upcoming Marvel film, needs a rest.
On Sunday, Holland announced on Instagram that the action film had officially wrapped by sharing a funny photo of pretty much the whole cast and crew taking a well-deserved nap on their plane home.
“Our last day on @spidermanhomecoming and this how we are feeling but we got this hahah” Holland captioned the snooze pic.
The 20-year-old might be tired now, but he’s been anything but boring when it comes to his Spider-Man on-set photos. In fact, Holland has been sharing behind-the-scenes style photos since day one of filming, which began on June 20.
“First day on the job and I already got my chair 👌🏻#SpiderMan :Homecoming,” the British actor captioned his artsy chair photo on day one in Atlanta.
When the cast and crew switched locations from Atlanta to New York, Holland was there to capture and share it all. He even gave fans a glimpse at him in the iconic hero’s costume as he got comfortable in Peter Parker’s hometown.
“First night in queens and it feels like home already #spidermanhomecoming,” he wrote alongside the costume photo in September.
We’re going to miss Holland’s photos now that Spider-Man: Homecoming is no longer filming, but at least that means we’re one step closer to actually being able to watch the movie!
Spider-Man: Homecoming is set to hit theaters on July 7, 2016