Tom Holland Officially Debuts His New Spider-Man Costume

Tom Holland Officially Debuts His New Spider-Man Costume

During the host's opening monologue, the head of his security detail, Guillermo (Rodriguez), ran out wearing what appeared to be a movie-accurate Spider-Man mask, while inexplicably shouting "pew pew" rather than the trademark "thwip" noises most commonly associated with Spidey's web-shooters.

Asked how exactly Guillermo swiped Spidey's mask, a still-in-character Holland explained, "It's a long story, Jimmy".

It's the first time we've seen the suit in the motion, but we got our first look when Holland announced that the sequel had wrapped filming earlier this week.

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Once Holland gets his mask back, he tells Kimmel that he needs to make it back to set, working in an easy plug for next summer's Spider-Man: Far From Home, which takes the wall-crawler out of NY and across Europe. There's even an animated Spider-Man en route this winter, on top of a well-received new video game.

"I think Thanos is stealing a bank now". This latest getup was seen on the NY set of the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel, and while the outfit itself seems to have gone down fine with fans, all these different costumes in the wall-crawler's MCU saga is starting to prove a little divisive.

Spider-Man: Far From Home, directed again by Homecoming's Jon Watts with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley on script duties, filmed in various locations around the United States and Europe - which presumably lends itself to the Far From Home subtitle. Soon as we've got something official to share, you'll see 'em on our front page.

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