Watch The New Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

"I helped this old lady and she bought me a churro."


A new trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming has arrived.

The video shows off Tom Holland as Spider-Man as he grows in confidence with his abilities. In one sequence, he helps an elderly lady and gets a churro as a reward, which is nice. There is a pretty dramatic scene in Washington, D.C., while we also see some of Michael Keaton's evil Vulture and Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man/Spider-Man's mentor.

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The film premieres on July 7 and also stars Marisa Tomei, and Donald Glover. It's directed by Cop Car's Jon Watts, who said recently that the film has a "unique, surprising" tone that will set it apart from the films that came before it.

A new Spider-Man game is in development for PlayStation 4, made by Ratchet & Clank developer Insomniac Games. A release date hasn't been announced, but we know it won't follow Homecoming's story.

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All I ask is that this doesnt suck plz

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The thumbnail for this article looked like he was holding something else down there haha.

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reminds me when i was walking through toronto and saw some guy in a full spiderman costume skateboarding past yelling "spidermans here to save the day" or something like that

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I like the reference to Craven the Hunter with the fur collar, also I noticed a but of a Black Cat easter egg in the background at the school.

As good as it looks, it has a very hard fight be be as good as Sam Raimis first 2 Spiderman films.

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@jasperwest: Well Raimi started this whole new era of superhero movies (Blade wasn't really going for the same style) and even now Ant-Man, Doctor Strange and others seem to pretty well follow that same pattern. So naturally it's hard to top the father. Seems like they thought Tony Stark will be the one making the difference here. No more Spidey struggling and learning things alone, as the billionaire playboy veteran hero is supplying tech and holding hand all the way. It's like Iron Man could beat Vulture himself but he wants Spidey to do it.

Just makes me wonder if this relation will go somewhere in Infinity War. Spidey is the one to save the world (or at least gives Strange or Thor or Sentry or Warlock the keys to do it) after Tony sacrifices himself and gives that father speech

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So, let me get this straight : Before I watch an advertisement for a movie I get to watch an advertisement for another thing? Is this some sort of ad-inception going on?

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@wookietim: It's not an advertisement if you like it and want to watch it. Otherwise we could call all the reviews and stuff advertisement

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@PrpleTrtleBuBum: True. I just find it fascinating that we do this... We get ads before ads and even in theaters we get ads before trailers...

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I'd help an old lady for a churro. Just don't run too fast with the purse.

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They appear to have nicked Gordons gravity gun.

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Iron Spider Man?

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@ahmetxca: you'd certainly think we'll see hints of the Iron Spider at some point.