‘Spider-Man’ Cast and Crew Honor Little Boy

For his act of bravery, Bridger Walker got to spend a day with his hero.

For his act of bravery, Bridger Walker got to spend a day with his hero.

Last year, 6-year-old Wyoming resident Bridger Walker was severely injured as he protected his younger sister from a dog attack. Bridger had to undergo surgery after the incident, including having over 90 stitches put in. The story went viral, and when Bridger mentioned he was an Avengers fan, multiple MCU actors reached out to praise him for his bravery. One in particular was Tom Holland, well known for his portrayal of Spider-Man, who offered to give Bridger a tour of the set of the next Spider-Man film.

Holland made good on that promise, as today, Bridger’s father, Robert Walker revealed on Instagram that during the filming of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Bridger and his sister got to spend a day with Holland on the set.

“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,” Robert wrote in the post. “The opposite was true! Tom, Zendaya, Harry, @lifeisaloha, @tonyrevolori, and the entire cast/crew made our kids feel like stars. They don’t just act the part of friendly neighborhood heroes – that’s what they truly are.”

Bridger got to web-swing with Holland in full costume, while the cast and crew were happy to pause filming and show the kids a good time.

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