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Cast member Tom Holland poses at the premiere of the movie "The Lost City of Z" in Los Angeles, California U.S., April 5, 2017. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

With the “Spider-Man: Homecoming” release date inching closer and closer to theatres, fans have been keeping their eyes peeled for any possible leaks or spoilers that may surface prior to the film’s launch. Most recently, a video showing what appears to be Tom Holland — who portrays Spider-Man — donning the spidey suit whilst on set to shoot new scenes has recently made it to many people's radars. According to the post showing footage of the filming (found here), Holland was on set not for “Homecoming,” but for “Avengers: Infinity War” instead.

This would make more sense, considering “Homecoming” is already slated to hit theatres in July. The video also goes along with other “Infinity War” cast members being in the middle of shooting, particularly in Edinburgh, Scotland. This would include Anthony Mackie — known as Sam Wilson, a.k.a. Falcon, in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) — who recently wrapped up his scenes in Scotland. Following Mackie’s departure came the arrival of Chris Evans, who is known in the MCU as Steve Rogers -- or, more famously, Captain America.

Though the video showing the shoot on set was captioned as work under “Infinity War,” ComicBook points out that the scene was more likely to be a reshoot than anything else. This is especially because DJ Khaled was just recently spotted in a photo that claimed that the record producer shot a scene with both Holland and Stan Lee, the latter being known to make cameos in Marvel films. While there has been no confirmation so far on DJ Khaled’s involvement in “Homecoming,” fans have been eagerly awaiting on any other updates and how DJ Khaled will be written into the story.

“Homecoming” will follow its hero, Peter Parker, as he continues to juggle his regular student life with his web-slinging alter ego. Holland’s iteration of the character was first introduced in 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War,” in which Peter was recruited by Tony Stark (portrayed by actor Robert Downey Jr.) to go against Captain America and his team. Holland’s Spider-Man was well-received following the release of “Civil War,” so the anticipation for his solo film in the MCU has been high and filled with buzz.

Whereas “Homecoming” is set to hit theatres on July 6, “Infinity War,” on the other hand, is slated for a 2018 release. It will be followed by its sequel, the still untitled “Avengers 4,” which will come out the year after.