On Thursday, Zendaya and Tom Holland were spotted filming on the snowy Atlanta set of the upcoming Spider-Man 3 film.
Tom was first seen taking a stroll through a winter landscape while carrying a letter in his hands.
Tom (Peter) later entered a pastry shop in order to talk to his 24-year-old costar, who initially appeared to be happy to see him before casting a stern expression.
He was costumed in a multicolored jacket in order to keep out the wintertime chill.
He also wore a plaid shirt underneath a blue sweater, which he contrasted with a set of loose-fitting brown jeans and a pair of Vans Old Skools.
His castmate could be seen in a pastel green-and-pink button-up shirt on top of a long-sleeve white t-shirt.
The Euphoria star appeared to have her gorgeous brown hair tied back during the film shoot.
Series director Jon Watts is helming the production of the third film.
During the development stage of the first sequel, a conflict ensued between Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios regarding the film rights to the character; an agreement was eventually reached that stipulated that both parties would be allowed to produce their own Spider-Man pictures.
Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige reportedly negotiated an agreement where the character would be integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe while Sony would be allowed to produce their own Spider-Man films.
In addition to Holland and Zendaya reprising their roles as Peter Parker and MJ, the upcoming film will also see the return of both Marisa Tomei and Jacob Batalon, who portray Aunt May and Ned Leeds.
Jamie Foxx will appear as Electro, whom he played in The Amazing Spider-Man 2; the film was originally released in 2014.
In another throwback casting choice, Alfred Molina is set to take up the mantle of Doctor Octopus, whom he first portrayed in the 2004 picture Spider-Man 2.
Benedict Cumberbatch will also appear in the upcoming feature as Doctor Strange; the British actor has been a mainstay in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since 2016.
Filming originally began in mid-October with the production crew being spotted at various locations in New York City; shooting then moved to Atlanta in the latter days of that month, where it has remained since.
Principal photography on the upcoming feature is expected to last until March.
The film was first set to be released this coming July, but due to the impact of COVID-19 on the motion picture industry, the premiere date was pushed back to December 17th.
A fourth film in the franchise is reportedly in development.