We recently shared a story about Tom Holland, aka Spider-Man, saving a fan from being crushed by a crowd of eager autograph hounds.
Now the 23-year-old actor is back in the headlines for being a real-life superhero once again.
Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Zendaya, the stars of Spider-Man: Far From Home, surprised the young patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles by showing up in full character, costumes and all.
Though the blockbuster film hadn’t yet opened when Spider-Man, Mysterio, and MJ walked into the hospital, the kids were treated to a screening of the film and special meet-and-greet with the stars themselves.
Tom, Jake, and Zendaya spent the day roaming the hospital halls, popping into rooms to perform back flips, give hugs and high fives, and make the kids smile.
Instagram user chelsea_andfam_ wrote:
“Oh my Gosh please keep doing things like this. My brother had cancer 2 years ago. It nearly killed him. He was 26. Thank God he made it through Lymphoma. When you, Tom, And Zendaya and Mysterio, Jake Gyllenhall, come together to help people, especially children, and make them feel like the superheroes they are. See if you can beat Chris Evans and Chris Pratt’s Hospitals visited. I think it’s just wonderful.”
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