The latest trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming has arrived, and you can watch it here. The video offered more insight into the film, including some new gadgets for Peter Parker's Spider-Man costume. Here's what we learned about the July 7 film.
In addition, you can check out the new poster for the film, which is filled with floating heads.
The trailer opens with Parker (Tom Holland) putting on the costume, and as he finishes, it lights up and says, "Good evening, Peter." If you remember, the suit he is wearing was given to him by Tony Stark in Captain America: Civil War, so or course, there's some Stark tech built into it.
The AI assistant continues: "You have 576 possible web shooter combinations." We have a POV shot of Parker looking at his hands, and it's a lot like what Stark sees out of his Iron Man helmet. There is a lot of information being presented that supposedly will help Parker fight crime.
Spider-Man stops a bank robbery, with criminals wearing cheap-looking Avengers masks. These aren't your typical run-of-the-mill criminals though--they have advanced weaponry.
One of the robbers shoots Spider-Man causing Parker to be stuck in mid-air. "This feels so strange," he shouts during the battle. As we learned in previous trailers, Vulture says, "The world's changing, boys. It's time we changed too." This is the moment in the film where Vulture's crew revealed their high tech weapons.
Again, there is a scene showing off the advanced technology in Spider-Man's suit. While he is chasing down a white van, Vulture (Michael Keaton) grabs him and flies into the sky, only to drop him. Spider-Man's suit deploys a parachute as soon as Vulture lets him go.
A lot of the shots of Vulture have been mid-action, but this trailer gave the audience a nice shot of his costume.
Donald Glover's character has still not been revealed for the film. We've seen him in past trailers standing next to someone firing advanced weaponry. However, this is the first time we've seen him and Spider-Man in the same scene. He tells Parker, "You gotta get better at this part of the job." This could the refer to Spider-Man taking him down as an arms dealer, or is Glover's character working with Spider-Man and giving him some advice?
Spider-Man says to Glover's character, "I don't understand. I'm intimidating." Because of the way Parker says that line and his posture, it seems like the two are working together. However, Glover's role is still unclear.
Many fans are speculating he's either Tinkerer--a genius engineer--or Prowler--a criminal inventor who eventually became one of the good guys.
Michelle (Zendaya) says to Parker, "Where are you going? What are you hiding, Peter? Just kidding. I don't care. Bye." It may seem like a one-off joke, but it's apparent Parker's closest friend, Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) knows about his secret. Could other people be catching on?
Towards the end of the trailer, there is a quick shot of Iron Man and Spider-Man traversing New York City together.
Leeds looks at the programming for the Spider-Man suit and finds there a number of other functions. They are all disabled by the "Training Wheels Protocol."
"I'm sick of Mr. Stark treating me like a kid," Parker says to Leeds as he jumps on a bed.
In addition, an international trailer was released--which you can watch here--and it opens from Spider-Man's perspective during the Avengers battle in Civil War. Spider-Man is really excited and acts like a total fanboy.
There is s selfie shot of Spider-Man during the battle, and Ant-Man grows behind him.
Before he became Vulture, Adrian Toomes was cleaning up after the Avengers battle in the first film. Essentially, he worked for the comic equivalent of Damage Control--the team that repaired the city after major battles. He got fed up and somehow, this led him to a life of crime.
Later, Vulture explains that his crew has been operating for eight years without any trouble, until Spider-Man came along. He also explains that he plans to rob a plane with Avengers weaponry. Earlier in the trailer, we see him holding an Iron Man faceplate.
"We're gonna put them out of business. We're gonna take everything they got," he says. There's a shot of Vulture in front of the Avengers tower. This leads to the battle we saw in earlier trailers where Spider-Man--in a homemade suit--is fighting Vulture on top of a plane over NYC.
Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7.