Spider-Man: Homecoming is nearing the end of production in Atlanta, and while we have yet to see a full-length trailer or even a teaser, Tom Holland has been active on social media to give fans little glimpses on what we can expect to see when the film drops next July. From this killer selfie in costume to concept art, Holland has made sure to tide us over with behind-the-scenes looks before any footage is released. Continuing that trend, he took to Instagram to show us a new filming location in Atlanta:
The shot shows Holland, along with co star Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds) and personal friend Harrison Osterfield in front of the Porsche Building in Atlanta. As many of you know, this same location has served as the set for the New Avengers Facility in Captain America: Civil War. While Robert Downey, Jr. isn’t in the picture, he has been confirmed to be in Atlanta, most likely shooting for the film. This means that it’s possible that Tony Stark will be taking Peter Parker and Ned Leeds on a tour of the new facility. What do you think will be going on in this scene? We’d love to hear your take in the comments below.
Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters on July 7, 2017 and stars Tom Holland, Robert Downey, Jr., Michael Keaton, and Marisa Tomei.