Marvel and Sony are still in production on Spider-Man: Homecoming, which is set for release on July 7, 2017. While we don't know exactly how much filming is left, star Tom Holland took a break from filming yesterday for a very good cause. The 19-year-old actor swung on over to the Henrietta Egleston Hospital for Children, to pay some brave children a visit in his Spider-Man costume.

The actor posted two photos from his visit on Instagram, while several others showed up on a Tom Holland fan page as well. Oddly enough, one of the young fans he's spotted with is wearing a Deadpool shirt. Here's what the actor had to say about visiting these kids in his Instagram message.

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. Thank you to our wonderful Marvel team for making today possible. I'm glad we could share it together. I loved every minute."

These photos give us another look at Spidey's web shooters, as he's seen showing these youngsters the proper technique. These photos come just a few days after the first poster surfaced at a Las Vegas convention, and there were also rumors that spread yesterday involving the female lead, Zendaya, who is said to play the iconic Mary-Jane Watson, instead of her originally announced character named Michelle. Speaking of Zendaya, a new video also surfaced with the actress and her Spider-Man: Homecoming stars having some fun away from the set.

Showing up on Twitter, this fun behind-the-scenes snapshot features Tom Holland, Zendaya and an unidentified woman dancing to Haddaway's 1990s hit song "What Is Love." With production still under way, we'll surely see plenty more photos and videos surface before production wraps, so stay tuned. In the meantime, take a look at Tom Holland spreading some Spidey happiness at an Atlanta children's hospital.