On the Spider-Man: Homecoming set, it doesn't matter whether you are a star or not. The crew recently made that point clear when they pranked Tom Holland with some old-fashioned toilet humor. So, naturally, the rising actor decided to share the hilarious incident on Instagram.
Tom uploaded a photo to social media earlier today that shows off his brand-new set chair. The actor posted the picture with a message that reads, "Loving my new set chair. Thanks guys. Should you really be treating number one like number two. #norespect."
Of course, Tom's bathroom pun is more than appropriate since his set chair was replaced with a shoddy toilet. The porcelain squatter isn't even a swanky one and instead looks like it came straight from a public high school. The bare-bones throne looks a tad bit uncomfortable compared to the lofty set chairs beside it.
Tom's toilet is a definite step below his co-star's towering pieces. Fans can see seats for Jacob Batalon (Ned) and Rick Lipton (Dialect Coach) bookending Tom's lovely little loo.
Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any hidden secrets or messages encoded in the posted photo. Tom surely shared the picture to bring a few good laughs to fans have been waiting for updates on Homecoming. The film, which is filming in Atlanta, will be wrapping soon as Marvel Studios preps production for Avengers: Infinity War.
It probably won't be long until Tom get his original set seat back. The actor is busy these days with exciting aerial stunts and final shoots, so Tom will most definitely want his seat back. He first shared a photo of his set chair this summer to commemorate his work on Homecoming.
Taking to Instagram, the actor posted a photo and a message that reads, "First day on the job and I already got my chair." The picture shows Tom leaning against the canvas-backed seat that has his name clearly embroidered onto it. Shortly after the upload, Tom went on to share a selfie of himself in full costume.
Since shooting got underway, the cast of Homecoming have been excited to share updates about the film through social media. Director Jon Watts has joined Tom and teamed up to provide fans with behind-the-scene looks at Homecoming ahead of its release next year.
Spider-Man: Homecoming stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man following his cameo in Captain America: Civil War. Marisa Tomei will reprise her role as Aunt May from the film as well while others such as Donald Glover, Martin Starr, Zendaya, Michael Keaton, and Tony Revolori are starring amongst others. The film, which is filming in Atlanta, has fans excited as Sony is partnering with Marvel Studios to bring the loveable vigilante back to big screens.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is slated for release on July 7th 2017.