Over the weekend, we reported that Spider-Man: Homecoming wrapped production in Atlanta, as filming has shifted to the Big Apple, New York City. Today we have our first video from the new set, which reveals that Tom Holland's version of this iconic character has one subtle difference from previous wall-crawlers. We also have details of a scene he was shooting today in New York City, which may mean we could see one of the villains surfacing soon.

A number of Twitter users captured new video as production got under way in New York, which shows that young Peter Parker has some kinks to work out with his crime-fighting routine. While previous versions of this iconic character would simply wear the costume under their normal clothes, Tom Holland's Peter Parker hasn't figured this out yet, since he is seen entering an alley, where he strips down to his underwear to put on the Spider-Man costume.

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Several of the photos and video show Tom Holland getting off a subway, but one source revealed even more details. Peter Parker is reportedly standing outside when a "man in a CGI suit," who might be the villainous Vulture, attacks a convenience store, which leads to Peter running into an alley to change into his suit. The source goes on, stating that Peter receives a phone call from Tony Stark, who tells Peter that he isn't responsible since Vulture just "blew off a side of a building and that's why he can't be an Avenger just yet." We don't see the phone call in any of these videos or photos, but given the lack of official plot details, these rumors are certainly intriguing.

We reported earlier this month that this superhero adventure may be using an iconic Avengers location, after Tom Holland posted a set photo at the Porsche headquarters in Atlanta. This same location was used as the new Avengers facility in upstate New York, that was first shown in last year's Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant-Man. That specific location has yet to be confirmed, but we do know that one of the Avengers, Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark, is returning in this movie.

Marvel and Sony have set a July 7, 2017 release date for Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is currently the only movie set for release on that date. Jon Watts directs from a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein, with Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal producing. Take a look at the latest set photos and videos as production continues on Spider-Man: Homecoming in New York City.