One of the most viral memes on the Internet has gotten an amazing lifelike re-creation.
For years, a meme that shows three animated Spider-Mans pointing at each other has been used online and in text conversations. It's most often a response to when people say the same thing.
In anticipation of the upcoming digital and DVD release of "Spider-Man: No Way Home," Tom Holland, Tobey Maguire, and Andrew Garfield — all of whom have played the action hero — recreated the infamous Spider-Man pointing meme while in costume.
"Of course, we got THE meme," the official @SpiderManMovie Twitter account wrote alongside the snap. The handle later chuckled, "Your new lock screen just dropped."
Fans immediately howled with glee upon seeing the human re-creation.
"Can't believe they finally did it! Been waiting for this to happen," one person commented, insisting it was "a meme for all ages."
Another added, "The holy trinity is complete."
The three actors recently sat down with Deadline to discuss what the Marvel character means to them and what it was like donning the suit again for the latest film.
"I was just waiting to see if Tobey was going to do it, and if Tobey was going to do it, then I was like, 'Well, I have no choice,' you know? I follow Tobey to the ends of the Earth. I'm a lemming for Tobey," Andrew, who played the webbed crusader in 2012's "The Amazing Spider-Man" and the 2014 sequel "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," joked.
Tobey, of course, played Peter Parker in the original "Spider-Man" trilogy in the early 2000s.
"But that was sincerely a big part of it when I was approached about it, and again, it's similar to what Tobey was saying. It was like, 'Oh, the intention feels very pure here. It actually feels like a great creative idea and a great creative story,'" Andrew said. "It wasn't like they were just asking us to come and say hi and then leave again but actually have our presence being in service to Tom, being in service to Tom's journey and where he is as Peter Parker."