Avengers Infinity War (2018) was the third out of the four Marvel films that hit the screen and broke blockbuster records.
Fans of the franchise will remember Tom Holland's chilling line before Thanos decided to wipe out half of the squad.
However, the youngest member of the Avengers was Holland's Spiderman, and whilst the rest of the characters just faded away, Tom decided to go off script.
The heart breaking moment occurred when Spider-Man disappeared in front of his mentor, Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr).
As the high schooler pixelates into nothing, Holland says: "I don't feel so good Mr. Stark.
"I don't want to go, please, I don't want to go Mr. Stark.
"I am sorry, Tony, I am sorry."
I very much doubt there was a dry eye in the house for that scene.
According to co-director Joe Russo, those lines were 100 percent improvised by Spider-Man actor Tom Holland.
A Redditor said Russo did a Q&A at their school and confirmed that Tom came up with those chilling words as well as that Valkyrie survived the mass death scene.
'Spoiler Alert' - thankfully Tom Holland and the rest of the squad returned for the final Avenger's film titled Endgame in 2019.
It went on to break numerous box office records and it set the record for highest-grossing film of all time.
More good news Marvel fans! After a pretty bizarre false start, the trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home has finally arrived. You can watch the full thing below:
As expected, the trailer contains some serious surprises, and some familiar faces that are returning to the Spider-Man world for another outing.
Of course, some of you might have already seen it, as a trailer that appeared to be pretty legit was leaked, but it's always better to catch the real thing, right?
Obviously, stars such as Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Benedict Cumberbatch were confirmed to return for this latest instalment, as was Alfred Molina - as Doctor Octopus - and Jamie Foxx - reprising his role from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - as Electro.
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