Peter Parker is having a literal homecoming on the set of the new Spider-Man movie. Earlier this week, Tom Holland and the Spider-Man: Homecoming crew moved production from the Atlanta set to the streets of New York City.

Since New Yorkers wouldn’t let the appearance of a hometown hero go unnoticed, a ton of new photos and videos from the NYC set have made their way online. See Holland in his new Spidey suit, out of his suit, staying caffeinated, and striking poses, plus a big tease for the return of an Avenger in a detailed play-by-play of the set footage below:

Here’s Spidey hanging out on a fire escape as a baby cries below. Classic New York.

Here’s Spidey doing his best to hold a vertical fencing pose off the side of the fire escape. Good core work.

Here’s Holland breaking character to pick up the phone for a heated conversation. “Mom, I’m at work.” Been there.

Here’s Holland struggling to get out of Peter Parker’s too-tight T-shirt so he can put the Spider-Man suit on. Dammit Peter, buy a Medium next time.

Here’s Spidey shooting an imaginary slam dunk, then hiding behind a car embarrassed because he just shot an imaginary slam dunk in the middle of a public street.

Afterward, he thought, “Damn I’m good. I should’ve tried out for the NBA.”

Here’s Holland all of us after our first night out in NYC saying, “Um guys, happened last night?”

Here’s Holland really regretting not washing his Spider-Man suit by hand.

Here’s Spidey showing off his support of corporate franchises:

And the big reveal in this hunk of set footage was (drum roll) Iron Man! Well, Tony Stark isn’t present on set, but his car sure is:

Peter Parker is picking up a mysterious silver briefcase from what looks to be Mr. Stark’s Bentley:

After Holland’s debut as Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War, the actor will reprise his role in the Marvel and Sony reboot directed by Jon Watts. The film also stars Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark, Zendaya rumored as Mary Jane, Michael Keaton as The Vulture, Bokeem Woodbine as The Shocker, Michael Chernus from Orange Is the New Black as The Tinkerer, and Jon Favreau reprising his Iron Man character. Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

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