has finally spilled the beans on the new "" movie title after trolling fans online.
On Wednesday, Holland, 24, to share a humorous video unveiling the title of the next "Spider-Man" installment.
In the video, Holland meets up with co-stars and after a meeting in director Jon Watts’ office — revealing that the director gave them "a fake name again."
"I just don’t understand why he keeps doing this," Holland said before Batalon, 24, pointed out, "It’s pretty obvious — you spoil things."
"Name me one thing that I’ve actually spoiled," Holland exclaimed, in which Zendaya, 24, noted, "The last movie title."
The video then pans over to a whiteboard revealing the actual title for the film: "Spider-Man: No Way Home."
The video comes off the heels of the three co-stars trolling fans online with fake subtitles for the upcoming Spidey flick — with Holland would be subtitled "Phone Home," Zendaya "Home Slice" and Batalon "Home Wrecker."
The announcement overall pokes fun at Holland’s well-noted tendency to spoil details of upcoming superhero films before it becomes public knowledge.
According to , Holland has been guilty of accidentally spoiling "Spider-Man: Far from Home’s" title, the fact that his Spidey films are a part of a trilogy and on one occasion, he even spoiled "Avengers: Infinity War" for an entire movie theater.
The latest movie, which will hit theaters on Dec. 25, follows 2019's "Spider-Man: Far From Home" and 2017's "Spider-Man: Homecoming."