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Iron Man & Spidey’s Amazing new Suit Shine in Epic New Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

As promised, Sony Pictures has just dropped the new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer, and we’ve got it for you right here. Fans have been very eager to see what director Jon Watts was going to do with his new Spidey, played by the extremely likable Tom Holland, and that fantastic new Spider-man suit. Within seconds, the trailer shows you that with a friend like Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) backing you up, you’ll never have to worry about not looking the part. Check out how the new suit conforms to Peter’s body, and then, of course, there are those sweet shutter-eyes.

The new trailer also roots Homecoming in both Spider-man’s proper setting (Queens) and age (high school)—in fact, some advice from Tony Stark includes this beauty, “Can’t you just be the friendly, neighborhood Spider-man?”

The tone is playful, the cast is appropriately multicultural (Queens is the most diverse borough in New York, making it the most diverse place in America, period), and the cameos (yup, that’s a video of Captain America playing for the kids in the auditorium) are sure to make this the most Marvel-y Spider-Man on record.

We also get a proper glimpse at Homecoming’s villain, Michael Keaton’s The Vulture. Tony begs Peter to leave it alone, arguing that there are adults (like the Avengers) who handle this sort of thing, but Peter’s a teenager, which means one of his superpowers is ignoring the advice of adults.

All in all, it’s an excellent trailer, and bodes extremely well for the reboot of a franchise that is near and dear to the hearts of millions of people. It doesn’t hurt that Iron Man has a big role to play here, but this is clearly Spidey’s show, and with Tom Holland in the title role, it appears we’re in good hands.

Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters on July 7, 2017.

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