Tom Holland was supposed to share the latest “Spider-Man: Far From Home” trailer with the world, but he forgot.

The 22-year-old was on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Thursday night, along with his Spidey co-stars Zendaya, Jake Gyllenhaal, Cobie Smulders and Jacob Batalon.

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Kimmel congratulated the actors on the new trailer, which spoils plot details of “Avengers: Endgame”, getting an amazing 135 million views in its first hour online.

Holland joked that he was personally responsible for “at least 100 million” of those views. Kimmel mentioned the fact that Holland did share the trailer on his Instagram page.

“Well, it’s no secret that I’m not very good at Instagram,” Holland said after a long pause. “I basically forgot to post the trailer.”

The actor explained that he was supposed to share the trailer at 6 a.m., but he woke up late and noticed he had thousands of new followers, all of whom were sharing the trailer before him.

After trying to figure out how to download it so he could share the trailer himself, Holland finally has to ask Zendaya for help.

“She sent me a video of how to do it,” Holland said. “So essentially I’m an old man.”

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Also on the show, Holland and Zendaya faced off in an intense game of air hockey.

But before they got to that, Kimmel brought up the fact that a post on Instagram recently revealed that Holland had Gyllenhaal’s name misspelled in his contacts, spelling it “Gyllenhall”.

Asked to spell his co-star’s name there on the spot, Holland couldn’t get past “Gyl” without messing it up.