"It's a long story, Jimmy, it's a sad story too", said Holland. Chaos ensued, as Holland emerged from backstage in the rest of his costume to chase down the mask burglar, with a bemused Kimmel standing as a sort-of flagpole for both to run around.
ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live is doing a string of shows in Brooklyn this week, and last night one of NYC's more famous residents swung by for an appearance: Tom Holland, star of the forthcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home and not, despite what some people would have you believe, the bellboy in Bad Times At The El Royale.
In his ideal Brooklyn accent, not once breaking character, Holland demanded that Guillermo give him back his mask.
We'll see how this new, stealthier outfit comes into play until Spider-Man: Far From Home hits theaters on July 5th next year.
It's the first time we've seen the suit in the motion, but we got our first look when Holland announced that the sequel had wrapped filming earlier this week. Now you can see how the new threads move. Feigning a superhero emergency - Thanos robbing a bank - Holland's Spidey made a speedy exit, making one of his now trademark flips on his way out.
Spider-Man: Far From Home, directed again by Homecoming's Jon Watts with Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley on script duties, filmed in various locations around the U.S. and Europe - which presumably lends itself to the Far From Home subtitle.