Actor Tom Holland saved the day, but this time it wasn't on the big screen.
During a recent visit to New York City to promote his newest Marvel film "Spider-Man: Far From Home," Holland quickly stepped into action to help a girl, who almost had a panic attack due to a group of autograph seekers pushing their way to the front of the crowd, People magazine reported.
"I’m gonna throw all your s--- on the floor if you keep pushing that girl," Holland can be heard yelling in a video posted to Twitter.
"Guys, I'm literally going to have a panic attack," the girl told the crowd, according to the outlet.
"It's OK, I got you, I got you," Holland replied, before urging the fans to pull back.
The young girl later recounted her experience on Twitter, writing in all caps, "TOM HOLLAND JUST THREATENED GROWN A-- MEN THEN THREW THEIR POSTERS BECAUSE I WAS CRUSHED AGAINST THE BARRICADE."
The girl later expressed her gratitude towards Holland on Twitter, saying she is "beyond grateful" for his help.
"Spider-Man: Far From Home" hits theaters on July 2, with Holland appearing alongside co-stars Samuel L. Jackson, Zendaya, and Jake Gyllenhaal.