In a video produced by Evian, Spider-Man is shown swinging his way through the city before seeing himself in a building's window.
The only issue is the reflection he sees is not in proportion to himself.
Spider-Man at first seems a little freaked out by seeing a smaller version of himself in the glass, but then he begins interacting with baby Spidey. He starts jumping rope and then engages in a dance-off with his alter-ego, who finally reminds him that there's somebody to be saved down the street.
The video was posted to YouTube on Tuesday and has already amassed 1.5 million views. It's a fun clip that gets fans ready for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," which hits theaters May 2.