Tom Holland Posts Training Video for Upcoming 'Spider-Man' (VIDEO)

The next Spider-Man, Tom Holland, is currently training for the title role in an upcoming Marvel film, posting a video on his Instagram account recently.

English actor Tom Holland, who will be appearing as Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War," has been hard at work training for his role and has shown evidence of his growing talents via Instagram.

The 19-year-old "In the Heart of the Sea" actor, who will soon be appearing on the big screen in medieval Irish thriller "Pilgrimage" with Richard Armitage, was earlier announced as the next web crawler in June this year, following the footsteps of Andrew Garfield, who played the title role in 2012 and 2014 for Marvel.

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Holland, who earlier posted photos of his new hairstyle as the teenaged Peter Parker, exhibited his gymnastic agility in a gym via a video he posted of himself:

There's the possibility that Holland will not be using any CGI special effects or stunt doubles to perform many of Spider-Man's moves but will instead perform them himself, although that remains to be seen.

He has also recently posted videos of himself training for climbing stunts using a rock wall and doing aerial acrobatics which end up with him jumping into the water.

Filming for "Captain America: Civil War" is currently finished and Holland is also keeping in shape for his standalone "Spider-Man" movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe that's set to be released in 2017 and which is scheduled to begin production by summer next year.

Not much information has been released about Holland's solo "Spider-Man" movie, however, audiences can expect to see him star alongside the other Marvel superheroes, including Chris Evans and Robert Downey, Jr. in his introductory MCU film, "Captain America: Civil War," which will be premiering in theaters on May 6, 2016.

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