The Cast of 'Spider-Man' Enjoyed Some Red-Carpet Shenanigans at Last Night's Premiere

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Zendaya and Michael Keaton at the 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' premiere

Do you, Robert Downey Jr.

On the red carpet for Wednesday evening's premiere of Spider-Man: Homecoming, which stars Zendaya, Michael Keaton, Robert Downey Jr. and handsome young devil Tom Holland, things got a little rowdy. 

In no particular order, the following activities were captured on film by red-carpet photographers at Hollywood's Chinese Theater: There was jumping (Terry Crews), flipping off the camera (Downey, clad in a Givenchy suit and Tod's lace-up boots), whipping out the spidey symbol (Stan Lee) and peculiar posing — the kind that brings to mind the mannerisms of Willy Wonka, should he ever find himself in front of a camera (also Downey). 

Keaton, not to be outdone by Downey, volunteered to carry the four-foot-long train of Zendaya's custom hot-pink Ralph & Russo gown. The Batman/Birdman actor played the red-carpet fluffer, looking dad-chic in khakis, a denim jacket and slip-on sneakers like a proud father at his daughter's prom. (Sunglasses are for hiding the tears, obviously.)

Hey, it's your premiere, you can be wild if you want to.

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