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Tom Holland was overcome with emotion while watching people see the new Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer.
The leading man joined an army of fans at a theatre in Los Angeles as they got to see the teaser for the first time.
He said to the crowd that 'seeing your reaction means we're doing something right' and hinted the trailer is just the 'tip of the iceberg'.
Holland explained how 'overwhelming' it was to see everyone get so excited over a project that he has poured his blood, sweat and tears into.
The crowd then erupted in a standing ovation and the actor was seen wiping away a few tears from his eyes.
Holland has revealed in a new interview that shooting these films, in addition to the Avengers franchise has dramatically shaped him.
He told Total Film: "I've grown and changed in the best ways possible. I really learned how to stand up for myself.
"When you first start making these films, you've got to do as you're told, and you don't think anything of it.
"But as time goes on you realise that you're an actor in your film, and you need to protect yourself. Sometimes I'll say 'No' as a full sentence. I've learned how to stand up for myself , how to behave in a professional capacity when you're the leader.
"I've learned how to enjoy my fame, rather than run away from it."
In news that might shock his many fans, he has hinted that it might be finally time for him to retire the Spidey suit.
Speaking in an interview with GQ, he said: "Maybe it is time for me to move on. Maybe what's best for Spider-Man is that they do a Miles Morales film."
Miles Morales picks up the mantel of Spider-Man from Peter Parker in the Marvel comics, and was the lead character in 2018 animated film Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.
Holland continued: "I have to take Peter Parker into account as well, because he is an important part of my life...[but] If I'm playing Spider-Man after I'm 30, I've done something wrong.
"Since I got cast as Spider-Man, I haven't really taken a break.
"I find myself ringing my dad [Dominic, a comedian and author] for stuff that I should definitely know how to do: 'Dad, how do I put the washing machine on?'"
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