Little Boy Who Saved His Sister From A Deadly Dog Attack Spends A Day With Tom Holland On Spider-man Set



Tom Holland has proven he's not just an on-screen superhero.

The Spider-Man star treated a heroic young boy to a day of web-swinging after inviting him to hang out with him on set.

Seven-year-old Bridger Walker saved his sister from a dog attack in 2020. By bravely putting himself in the path of danger, he suffered several bites to his head and face.

He received 90 stitches following the incident which took place last July. He was also left with a large scar on his left cheek.
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Thankfully, Bridger didn't have to go through recovery on his own. Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, and Brie Larson were just some of the Marvel Cinematic Universe actors who reached out to congratulate him for his bravery.

But the Spider-Man: No Way Home crew went one step further by inviting him to come and spend a day on set.

Bridger's dad Robert shared a clip of the day on his Instagram, along with a caption thanking the stars.
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"Remember when @tomholland2013 promised Bridger he could come to the filming of Spider-Man? He delivered," Robert wrote.

"First, a huge thank you to Tom, @HarryHolland64, @Zendaya, and the entire Marvel/Sony cast and crew for this dream-come-true adventure."

"When we first arrived on set, I was a little apprehensive that once the 'curtain was pulled back' that the magic of the movies would be lost for the kids. The opposite was true! Tom, Zendaya, Harry, @lifeisaloha, @tonyrevolori, and the entire cast/crew made our kids feel like stars," he continued.

"They don’t just act the part of friendly neighborhood heroes - that’s what they truly are."

Robert went on to write about meeting Holland and Zendaya. As well as thanking them both for their enthusiasm, he gave special thanks to MJ star Zendaya for the way she complimented his daughter's nail polish and made her "light-up with self-confidence."

He also gave special mention to the Spider-Man star's younger brother Harry Holland, who acted as their personal guide on the day. "All I can say is his parents must be so proud," wrote Robert.

"I cannot imagine there are more humble and gracious young men in all of Hollywood than the Holland boys."

He concluded the post by saying that Spider-Man: No Way Home would go down in history as one of the greatest superhero movies because of the real-life heroes who made it happen.

"The cast and crew are good, kind, and passionate people. People who were willing to stop a very busy day of shooting to make my little boy smile, and give him a chance to “web-swing” with his hero," he wrote.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is in cinemas now.





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