Tom Holland memes: our new Spider-Man recreates iconic meme with his superhero predecessors

Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire join in the LOL moment

tom holland holding a bunch of spiderman funko pops
(Image credit: Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Disney)

Our spidey senses are tingling courtesy of the Tom Holland memes gaining viral attention. Have you seen 'em?

Though a Tom Holland Euphoria cameo is still a mystery, we can confirm for certain that the latest actor to step into Peter Parker's shoes has a sense of humor. While promoting the release of Spider-Man: No Way Home on 4K and digital streaming, Holland and his superhero predecessors recreated an iconic meme. 

You are undoubtedly familiar with the Spider-Man illustration that depicts three of the vigilantes pointing at one another. It's practically internet royalty. Well, Holland teamed up with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire—Peter Parkers of yesteryear—to bring it to life.

It's Spider-Man times three! Consider this the live-action version of your favorite meme. Have a look at the LOL moment below. We must say, this was pretty clever.

Tom Holland memes: Spider-Man meme IRL

What did we tell you? It's a gem! Will the real Spider-Man please stand up? Allegedly, Garfield was the mastermind behind this genius plan, according to The New York Post.

Tom Holland and Zendaya have been promoting their 2021 super-hero film for the past several months, but this trio seems to be the real showstopper. (No offense to the lovely Zendaya, of course.) 

Though the pointing gesture is meant to symbolize hypocrisy online, most fans aren't aware of its origins: the scene comes from the 1960's Spider-Man cartoon, where the do-gooder had to fight off two imposters. (Ahh, nostalgia!)

'Spider-Man No Way Home' release

The film is set to arrive on digital on March 22. Several weeks later, it'll be available in 4K UHD and Blu-ray on April 12. You can pre-order it online

SONY, Spider-Man: No Way Home (Various prices) 

SONY, Spider-Man: No Way Home (Various prices

In the meantime, we're going to pay extra close attention to the Euphoria season 2 to see if Peter, err, we mean Tom, makes an appearance.

Danielle Valente
Digital News Writer

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