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SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING Trailer Gives Peter Parker Lots of Laughs and Action

Earlier this year, Peter Parker’s heroic alter ego made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: Civil War, but now we’ve finally gotten a good look at Spidey’s new solo MCU movie. The first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming has arrived, and we haven’t been this excited about a Spidey film since the very first one back in 2002!

Unlike his last appearance, Tom Holland‘s Peter gets a lot of time out of costume, as the trailer focuses on his friendship with Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) and Peter’s incredibly awkward and hilarious relationship with his new mentor, Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). Even Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) is apparently taking a role in delivering Spidey’s new costume with the web wings, as revealed in a previous teaser.

The Vulture also makes his debut in the new footage, and while his costume is a pretty big departure from the comics, it really works. We can’t see Michael Keaton‘s face under that mask, but the Vulture’s suit looks like it’s been inspired by the Yellowjacket armor from Ant-Man and even some of Stark’s previous Iron Man suits. We’re not getting a Green Goblin vibe from this outfit, and that’s a good thing!

One of our favorite moments in the trailer features Peter dealing with the apparent exposure of his secret identity to someone close to him—the incident is played for laughs, of which the film looks to have plenty—but we’re also partial to Spidey’s heroic feat near the end of the footage as he struggles to keep two halves of a doom-destined ship together long enough for the crew to escape.

We’re eager to see more before Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017. What did you think about the trailer? Spin a web, any size in the comment section below!

Image: Sony Pictures/Marvel Studios

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