Tom Holland, the beloved English actor who rocked the role of Spider-Man in Marvel’s latest cinematic hit Captain America: Civil War just swung into a children’s hospital for a bit of fun.

In the midst of his busy filming schedule for Spider-Man: Homecoming in Atlanta, Georgia, the superhero donned his costume and visited the children at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.

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Parents and kids alike were delighted by his charm and he quickly befriended many of the hospital’s tiny residents.

The celebrity posted photos of his visit on his Instagram with an endearing caption addressed to the patients reading “Meeting you all today was such a wonderful experience and you’re all such little inspirations. We’re proud of you and we love and we hope to be back soon and thank you for having us Egleston Children’s hospital.”


Spider-Man isn’t the only superhero bringing smiles to children’s hospitals either: John Boyega from Star Wars: The Force Awakens made a guest appearance in March, Chris Pratt gave “raptor-taming” lessons in 2015, and Chris Evans paid a visit to one of Captain America’s biggest fans with cancer.

Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t due to release until July 2017, however you can check out Tom Holland’s phenomenal performance of Peter Parker in Captain America: Civil War.

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