Tom Holland isn't just a superhero on the big screen as Spider-Man!
Nope, after an incident with pushy paparazzi and fans, Holland is being labelled a real-life superhero after saving a young girl from a panic attack while in the midst of a crowd of autograph seekers.
WATCH real-life superhero Tom Holland saves fan having a panic attack:
The star was at the Empire State building with co-star Zendaya in NYC signing autographs while promoting his upcoming Marvel movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home.
While there, a video captured by fan @NamelessCass posted on Twitter showed the 23-year-old actor scold a man for pushing his way to the front to get Tom's attention.
Tom can be heard telling the autograph seekers that he would “throw your sh** on the floor if you keep pushing that girl.”
A girl next to Tom can be heard saying she is going to have a panic attack before he turns to her to make sure is okay, saying: “I got you.”
That's our Spidey.
Clearly concerned for the young fans safety, this is the first time we've seen the usual joker have more of a serious side.
“This was absolutely INSANE and should NEVER happen…my neck was literally against the barricade with 30 grown men behind me pushing…ridiculous how people act like you’re not only endangering fans safety but Toms as well,” read the tweet.
If that act didn't prove to Zendaya that she's dating the right man, then nothing will.
But, of course, no relationship has been officially confirmed between the two co-stars, fans are convinced that they are dating.
Recently, Tom spoke to Elle and answered a simple "nah" when he was asked about his potential love-life with Zendaya.
We can keep dreaming then!
Spider-Man: Far From Home is in cinemas on Monday, July 1.
WATCH the trailer for the flick below: