Production has been under way on Spider-Man: Homecoming in Atlanta since mid-June, and in that month and a half, we've already seen our fair share of set photos. We've seen young star Tom Holland donning his new Spidey costume in numerous videos and photos, along with other images of his stunt double, and of course, we saw him swing into action on the big screen in the summer blockbuster Captain America: Civil War. We know that his costume features web shooters, but we haven't gotten a great look at these devices until now.

The Atlanta Filming Twitter has posted new images from the set which feature the best look at these web shooters yet. Unfortunately, we don't have too many details about the scene in question that was being filmed. We also don't know for sure if this is Tom Holland himself in these photos, or if a stunt double is being used, but hopefully we'll get more details as production continues.

While it hasn't been made available online yet, Sony and Marvel debuted the first footage from Spider-Man: Homecoming at Comic-Con, with director Jon Watts and several of his cast members taking to the Hall H stage. Director Jon Watts also confirmed that Tony Revolori is playing Flash Thompson in this superhero adventure, along with the news that Zendaya is playing Michelle, Jacob Batalon is playing Ned and Laura Harrier is playing Liz. While we don't have confirmation on their full names it's believed that Michelle is actually Michelle Gonzalez, who was only recently added to the comic book continuity, where Peter meets her as an adult. Liz is believed to be Liz Allan, Flash's high school girlfriend in the comics who later marries Harry Osborn, while Ned is most likely Ned Leeds, who, in the comics is a Daily Planet reporter who shares the same romantic affections for J. Jonah Jameson's secretary Betty Brant, just like Peter Parker. Michael Barbieri has also been cast as Peter Parker's friend, but his character's name hasn't been revealed yet.

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The cast also includes Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, Michael Keaton, reportedly as the villain Vulture, Angourie Rice, rumored to be playing Betty Brant and Logan Marshall-Green, said to be playing The Tinkerer. The cast is rounded out by Martin Starr, Isabella Amara, Jorge Lendenborg Jr., J.J. Totah, Donald Glover, Kenneth Choi, Hannibal Buress, Bokeem Wodbine, Michael Mando and Abraham Attah. There have been rumors that Michael Mando is playing the villain Carnage, while Abaraham Attah is rumored to play Miles Morales. Robert Downey Jr. is also returning as Tony Stark/Iron Man, which isn't terribly surprising since Tony Stark and Peter Parker first met in this summer's Captain America: Civil War. And his company is the one responsible for creating Peter's new web-shooters along with a host of other gadgets we haven't seen yet.

Jon Watts (Cop Car) is directing Spider-Man: Homecoming from a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein (Vacation). Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal are producing, with Marvel and Sony setting a July 7, 2017 release date. It isn't known how long production is supposed to last on Spider-Man: Homecoming, but the movie currently has its release date to itself, opening one week before 20th Century Fox's War of the Planet of the Apes and one week after Sony's Uncharted, Universal's Despicable Me 3 and Warner Bros. The House. Take a look at the latest photos from the Spider-Man: Homecoming set, and stay tuned for more as production continues in Atlanta.