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Tom Holland's Spider-Man: Far From Home Set Video Fuels Hydro-Man Rumors

It wasn't too long ago that Tom Holland shared a video of himself on his Instagram page to talk to his fans about an upcoming contest with The Brothers Trust. The video was taken on the set of Marvel's Spider-Man: Far From Home, which is currently shooting in London. However, Holland inadvertently (or purposefully) revealed that the Iron Spider costume from Avengers: Infinity War wasn't going to be featured in the film when his followers noticed that Holland was wearing the Spider-Man: Homecoming costume in his video.

Well now, Holland may have just revealed another interesting bit of information from the set of Spider-Man: Far From Home. Once again, the actor shared a video of himself to talk about the upcoming contest from The Brothers Trust. Holland's video is made to be a joke, where he tells fans that he does all of his own stunts in the Marvel films. However, in the background, we see his stunt double get brutally blasted off the set by a powerful beam of water.

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While played for laughs, some have already begun speculating that there is a whole lot more to this blast of water. In fact, this has been enough for fans to speculate that classic Spidey villain Hydro-Man will appear in the film.

The villainous alter ego of Morris Bench, Hydro-Man first appeared in 1981's The Amazing Spider-Man #212 by Dennis O'Neil and John Romita Jr. After being accidentally knocked into the water right when an experimental generator was being tested, Bench discovered that he now had the ability to transform himself into water and control whatever body of water was close to him.

Seeing as how the set video from Far From Home features an attack that could easily come from Hydro-Man, it's entirely possible that the villain has a small role to play in the film. While it's believed that actor Jake Gyllenhaal has signed on to play the main villain of the movie -- a character that is rumored to be Mysterio -- Far From Home could still feature some other, smaller Spidey villains as well. After all, while the Vulture was the primary antagonist of Spider-Man: Homecoming, other villains such as The Tinkerer, Shocker and Scorpion all had small parts to play in the film.

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Directed by Jon Watts, Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland as Peter Parker, the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. It is scheduled to be released on July 5, 2019.

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