• Tom Holland is Spider-Man in Joe Russo and Anthony Russo's "Captain America: Civil War."

Tom Holland is Spider-Man in Joe Russo and Anthony Russo's "Captain America: Civil War." (Photo : Twitter/@screenrant)

"It blew my mind," Tom Holland said after watching the trailer of Joe Russo and Anthony Russo's "Captain America: Civil War."

Holland is set to debut the iconic web-slinger Spider-Man in the Russos' film prior to his solo adventure in Jon Watts' "Spider-Man." In his interview with IGN to promote Ron Howard's "In the Heart of the Sea," Holland also said that the trailer was awesome and a wicked one.

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The "Spider-Man" actor also said in the interview that his "In the Heart of the Sea" co-star Chris Hemsworth mentored and gave him advice about life, in general. Holland explained that Hemsworth had just said the main thing was to remain grounded while enjoying life before it changed.

For Holland, he thought his life would change pretty drastically after the release of the films, so he was enjoying walking down the street while he could.

According to Comic Book, Holland was right. The "Spider-Man" actor would is assumed to become a "household face" and name when he debuts the popular web-slinger in Marvel's Cinematic Universe. This suggests that Holland would be seen on items like T-shirts, lunchboxes, posters, action figures, and fast food chains in the future.

The latest "Captain America: Civil War" trailer did not feature Spider-Man. Marvel remains tight-lipped on the web-slinger's role in the film; however, it is assumed that such mystery on the web-slinger's role indicates something of a large impact to the film.

Meanwhile, Captain America and Iron Man are set to clash due to the Sokovian Accords in the Russos' upcoming "Captain America: Civil War." The film will see the two Avengers split, forming their own factions. Captain America is joined by The Winter Soldier, Falcon, Ant-Man, Hawkeye, and Agent 13, while Iron Man is joined by War Machine, Black Widow, Vision, and Black Panther.

The Russos' "Captain America: Civil War" is slated to premiere in theaters in the United States on May 6, 2016 while Watts' "Spider-Man" reboot premieres on July 28, 2017. Howard's "In the Heart of the Sea" hits theaters on Dec. 11.

Watch the "Captain America: Civil War" trailer here: