If anyone knows what the new Spider-Man is about, you would think it would be its star.
But Tom Holland has revealed that he doesn't have a clue what's going on, despite being two months into filming.
The actor was talking about how things were progressing with the long-awaited third instalment, when he admitted that he's not quite sure.
Speaking to Esquire Magazine, the 24-year-old said: "I honestly have no idea what this film is about and I'm eight weeks into shooting it."
One ting he was able to put to bed, however, were rumours doing the rounds that previous actors to portray Peter Parker, Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, would be popping up for a couple of cameos in the new movie.
He told the publication: "No, no, they will not be appearing in this film.
"Unless they have hidden the most massive piece of information from me, which I think is too big of a secret for them to keep from me.
"But as of yet, no. It'll be a continuation of the Spider-Man movies that we've been making."
The actor also said that Spider-Man 3 has seen him put his foot down with producers, after they tried to make him wear a wig.
Holland explained: "My hair in [the film he shot before the new Spider-Man] Uncharted is much cooler. I have cool shaved sides and it's slick at the back, and that's not very [Spider-Man alter-ego] Peter Parker. He's a bit of a loser.
"So they put this wig on me that was just around the sides. For the first time in my life, I put my foot down as the leading actor and was like, 'I'm not f**king wearing that wig. I'm going to have shorter hair and you're going to have to deal with it!'"
Holland, who has played Spidey since the character was rebooted once more in 2016's Captain America: Civil War, has previously teased fans by announcing that Spider-Man 3 is set to be the 'most ambitious standalone superhero movie' ever.
Bold claims, mate.
Speaking on the Variety Awards Circuit podcast, he said: "I can say that it's the most ambitious standalone superhero movie ever made.
"You sit down, read the script, and see what they're trying to do, and they're succeeding. It's really impressive.
"I've never seen a standalone superhero movie quite like it.
"And I'm just, you know... that lucky little s*** who happens to be Spider-Man in it.
"We got a lot more shooting to do. We started before Christmas and shot for like seven weeks. We stopped for the Christmas break, and then we're starting again. I'm just as excited as everyone else to see it, let alone be a part of it."