Spider-Man: Homecoming star Tom Holland, appearing at ACE Comic Con in Phoenix, Arizona alongside co-stars Laura Harrier and Jacob Batalon, joked about regretting his appearance on SPIKE's Lip Sync Battle, a reality television competition that pits celebrities against one another as they lip sync hit songs.
Asked what kind of music Holland would like to have Spider-Man swing to in the next movie, the crowd called for Rihanna's "Umbrella," the song Holland famously performed in drag against Homecoming co-star Zendaya, who performed Bruno Mars' hit "24K Magic."
The stars each dressed as their respective artists, with Holland sporting a risqué French Maid-inspired outfit.
"I loved doing Lip Sync Battle, but I regret it so much," Holland laughed. "But what about Zendaya for Lip Sync Battle? I mean, come on."
"She killed that," Batalon said.
He'll then headline Marvel Studios' currently untitled Spider-Man sequel, returning to Atlanta, Georgia for a June start date. Co-stars Zendaya and Batalon are expected to reprise their role as Peter's friends and classmates "MJ" and Ned.
Marvel's untitled Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel webs into theaters July 5, 2019.