A 7-year-old Wyoming boy received the star treatment worthy of his real-life super hero status.
Nearly 18 months ago, Bridger Walker, from Cheyenne, Wyoming, stepped between his sister and a 1-year-old German shepherd when the dog started to charge the girl. He saved his sister, but his heroism resulted in an emergency two-hour survey and 90 stitches to his face, CNN reported.
Walker and his family were recently invited, however, to the set of “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” by none other than Spider-Man, himself, Tom Holland, WHDH reported.
Several Hollywood A-listers - including Anne Hathaway, Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo and Holland - sent Walker messages both on social media and privately in the wake of the dog attack, praising his selfless act.
Walker not only met and hung out with Holland and “No Way Home” co-star Zendaya, but he was also given his very own Spider-Man mask and taught to fly through the air on a web, WHDH reported.
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