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Spider-Man hasn't had nearly as many movie interpretations as he's had girlfriends in the comics, but he's still been at the center of more than one attempt to bring the character to the big screen. And while some will still debate whether it was Andrew Garfield or Tobey Maguire who really did him justice, others are already preparing to love Tom Holland's take in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming.

The first time we saw the budding actor as the web-slinging hero was in Captain America: Civil War, and in the run-up to the Blu-ray release we're seeing more and more behind-the scenes footage. The Spider-Man-centered bit may be short, but it's proving just how great a job Holland's been doing: From the stunts he pulls off himself to how well he's adapted to playing in front of a massive green screen, our new Spidey is only getting started!

Watch The Civil War Behind-The-Scenes Clip:

At 20 years old, Holland is already showing fantastic skills as well in acting as in performing stunts. Joining the Marvel family, with some on the team having worked together for years prior, is certainly no easy feat, but the young actor appears incredibly at ease.

On top of that, the video shows just how much of the scenery has been added with CGI — I don't know about you, but I would have a hard time remembering I'm actually playing for a movie, so these blockbuster actors deserve some extra credit.

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You can also tell he's got the web-slinger's flexibility down pat. In a recent video on Instagram, Holland even challenged Thor actor Chris Hemsworth to a stunt duel, so you know he's not messing around.

All in all, this Civil War footage is just getting us excited for Spider-Man: Homecoming, but we'll have to wait a little while until the movie comes out July 7, 2017. In the meantime, you can catch up below on what we've recently heard:

And watch 10 times Spider-Man saved the day:

Captain America: Civil War is available on Digital HD and will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD on September 13.

What do you think of Tom Holland's Spider-Man?