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Watch the First Official Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

The entire Avengers team makes an unexpected cameo in the first trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man: HomecomingOkay, you'll have to watch it to see what we mean, but what we're pretty sure you'll agree that this first look at Tom Holland as the web-slinger is ver promising.

The first trailer debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and not only do we get a few glimpses at Peter Parker's alliance with Tony Stark (the advice the latter gives the former leaves a lot to be desired), but we also see his main adversary in action, Adrian Toomes/the Vulture (Michael Keaton). 

Another winning element is the diverse cast, especially at Peter's high school in Queens. This diversity should have really always been the case, considering Queens is the most diverse borough in the most diverse city in the country. This is reflected by Peter's friends and love interests at school; his best friend is Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), he's in love with Liz Allan (Laura Harrier) and, we imagine, Michelle (Zendaya), the shy, dry brainiac at his school, will likely become a key ally as Peter's secret identity is revealed. 

Director Jon Watts is hoping to build off Holland's electric cameo in last year’s Captain America: Civil War, while rebooting the character for the third time this century, most recently after Marc Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man films. Now that Spider-Man is a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, you will likely see him popping up in the massive films to come, slinging webs (and using those cool new web-wings) alongside the Avengers.

Spider-Man: Homecoming opens on July 7, 2017.

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