Peter Parker gets called some nasty names in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," so he knows how much that sucks. Tom Holland and his fellow "Homecoming" stars teamed up with STOMP Out Bullying for a PSA asking students to participate in National Bullying Prevention Month in October.
Specifically, they asked fans to wear a blue shirt on the first Monday of October -- this coming Monday, Oct. 2, "The World Day of Bullying Prevention" -- to support the cause of acceptance, inclusion, and kindness.
Tom Holland, Zendaya, Laura Harrier (Liz), and Jacob Batalon (Ned) are featured in the PSA, and Harrier and Batalon visited a local NYC high school to also talk more about the campaign.
You can watch the PSA here. Tom Holland also included it in a new Instagram post:
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" is indeed now out on Digital HD, and it will be available on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD October 17. Check out more special features here.
Question: Would you consider what Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan do to Tom Holland "bullying," or just constantly mocking him with love?
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