New Spider-Man: Homecoming Poster Released

Where the domestic trailer gives only a little bit of screen time to The Vulture, the global trailer is nearly entirely centered around Michael Keaton's nefarious Adrian Toomes. I was anxious this was going to be a game of spotting minor differences, but it very much is not, as you'll see for yourself. The new suit is complete with voice navigation (think JARVIS meets Siri), a parachute, and the ability to transform the Spider-Man logo an inexplicable googly-eyed robot friend who looks like he belongs in a Michael Bay Transformers movie.

Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in full swing as we enter the summer's blockbuster season and next on the docket is the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming.

The last Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer before the movie's 7/7 release is here, giving us a more rounded look at the action and to a lesser extent, the characters and their relationships. NOT A FAN of Spider-Man's high tech suit. So most of the Vulture's speech in this trailer is an extension of that. Here Peter Parker begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero. At the very least, it's encouraging that the Spider-Man: Homecoming score will stand out a bit more among Marvel's soundtracks.

Interestingly enough, we also finally received a short glimpse of Donald Glover in the film. Glover was once rumored to be playing Miles Morales in the film, but the short clip of the interaction makes it a tough call one way or the other.

The worldwide trailer is the cleverer of the two, opening with a vlog from Peter Parker (Tom Holland) back when he first teamed up with Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr) and (some of) the Avengers during the events of Captain America: Civil War.

"Can't you just be a friendly neighborhood Spider-Man?"

Spider-Man: Homecoming is fast approaching and while there is a lot of information about the general idea of the plot, it isn't surprising that fans are getting a little antsy. That is, if he doesn't get himself in too deep first.

The trailer ends with a montage of epic battle scenes between Vulture and Spidey atop an airborne plane. The movie arrives in theaters July 7.

  • Salvatore Jensen