Ah, it must be a hard life being Tom Holland. After all, he’s only living the dream; jetting off from Atlanta – having wrapped his scenes there for Spider-Man: Homecoming only to land on Spidey’s home-turf in New York city for a few more weeks of filming.

So, who can blame him for taking a few commemorative snaps along the way? Holland, along with Jacob Batalon, who plays Ned Leeds in the film, both took to Instagram earlier today to celebrate their time in Atlanta, while also sharing their excitement about moving on to New York for the rest of the production.

See you soon Atlanta. It’s been real ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿป #spidermanhomecoming

A photo posted by โœŒ๏ธ (@tomholland2013) on

And if static photography wasn’t enough, here’s some full motion video which likely serves as the best airport footage since Captain America: Civil War.

Our understanding is that there are around three weeks left of filming. That is, of course, ignoring Marvel’s pre-scheduled reshoots for the film that’ll take place at a later date and time. For now, we can at least get excited knowing Homecoming is nearly done!

Spider-Man: Homecoming is swinging into cinemas July 7, 2017

Source: Tom Holland on Instagram