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Photo via Facebook/NY Presbyterian Church/ Inset photo via Wikimedia Commons
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The newest Spider-Man reboot is filming in Long Island City today and residents should expect some simulated explosions today.

According to the 114th Precinct, the production company will film a controlled explosion between 3 and 6 p.m. at 43-23 37th Ave. near New York Presbyterian Church.

 

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” will be the second reboot of the Marvel comic. Spider-Man will be played by Tom Holland¬†and the film will follow Peter Parker as he attends high school in Queens while balancing his newfound powers.

On Sept. 27, Sunnyside residents witnessed Spider-Man hanging from a fire escape on Queens Boulevard and 44th Street, according to Facebook group 7 Train Blues.

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