The new Spider-Man movie is here. Well, for those who have not seen the latest installment from Marvel Studios, get to know why its lead star just can't contain his excitement.

Tom Holland, the latest actor to play Peter Parker and his superhero alter ego, Spider-Man is definitely one of MCU's freshest faces. Now hear this, he has been spilling some very juicy secrets - much to the amusement of his co-stars.

The whole cast of "Spider-Man: Homecoming" has been going around for their usual press rounds before the movie premiered.

In an interview with CinemaBlend, Holland’s co-workers shared that the guy "cannot keep a secret to save his life."

Juicy details from Tom Holland himself

“I think we're pretty good at it,” co-star Laura Harrier said. She added that Holland is the only one who spills everything.

What could be more exciting for anticipating fans than the stars of the movie being all ecstatic about it, right? Another cast member, Zendaya, revealed that the cast has to "turn to each other” when their Spider-Man secrets got too much to bear by themselves. Because of their contract, the cast could only "tell each other" and then never speak of it again.

ComicBook directly heard from Holland how Marvel Studios is careful to entrust him with confidential details.

In an interview with Brandon Davis, Holland said he was not even allowed to fully read the script for "Avengers: Infinity War," to avoid getting some spoilers out. Holland even found it funny that the studio didn't allow him to read the script in fear that the actor would not be able to keep himself from spilling details about the movie.

Iron Man's involvement with Spider-Man

Meanwhile, according to Screen Rant, Tony Stark or Iron Man (played by Robert Downey Jr.) might still be included as the unwilling mentor to Holland's Peter Parker but per director Jon Watts, MCU’s first superhero was a vital factor to the Queens-native even before he even became Spider-Man.

Now, with Spidey's fans seeing him in his initial solo adventure, Stark is seen as the one paving the way and showing him how things go in terms of fighting crime and evil. It was also said that Stark has been keeping his eye on Parker ever since the footage of stopping a bus with his bare hands came out. The relationship between the two as mentor and mentee will be further looked into in "Homecoming."

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" was initially released in LA last June 28 and other theaters on July 7.