Bridger Walker filled in for Zendaya as a stunt double during web-slinging practice.
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Spider-Man keeps his word.

Bridger Walker, the young boy who made headlines after he saved his sister from a dog attack last year, paid a visit to the set of the latest Spider-Man film, Spider-Man: No Way Home, as shared by his father, Robert Walker, on Instagram over the weekend.

After news of the then 6-year-old's bravery captivated members of the Avengers last year — including Captain America's Chris Evans and Iron Man's Robert Downey Jr.Tom Holland invited the young hero to the set of the next Spider-Man installment.

Holland kept his word: Bridger not only enjoyed a set tour with his family, but filled in as Zendaya's stunt double during web-slinging practice. On Instagram, Bridger's father thanked the cast and crew for the "dream-come-true adventure."

"We have loved seeing the reviews for @spidermanmovie," Walker wrote. "While there are so many reasons it will go down as one of the best ever - I personally think it is because the cast and crew are good, kind, and passionate people. Individuals who heard about a little boy's injury, who wanted to make it right. People who were willing to stop a very busy day of shooting to make my little boy smile, and give him a chance to 'web-swing' with his hero."

Bridger's aunt, Nicole Noel Walker, explained on Instagram last July that her nephew saved his sister's life by "standing between her and a charging dog." He received 90 stitches after he was bitten. "He later said, 'If someone had to die, I thought it should be me,'" his aunt wrote.

The Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), Captain Marvel (Brie Larson), and The Flash (Grant Gustin) were also among the superheroes to celebrate Bridger's bravery.

This story originally appeared on ew.com