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March 29 2017

Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer unleashes the Vulture

The latest trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming is everything an MCU Spider-Man film should be.

Watching the second trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming makes me question Sony’s separate villain plans even more. Including Spider-Man in the MCU looks like it’s going to be a ton of fun, and seeing his story handled minus the origin is going to give this movie a lot of room to breathe. We don’t need the origin any more, is there anyone on Earth who doesn’t know about the radioactive spider at this point? Doubtful.

Just take a look.

Clearly we’re going to get some of the “with great power comes great responsibility” lesson Spider-Man is so well-known for. Instead of Uncle Ben – although they could easily reference it – it will be Tony Stark teaching him the lesson. (Which is funny in its own way considering all the mistakes he has made.)

The movie just looks like it’s going to be as entertaining as any other Marvel film, and it’s bright. So bright. You know, as opposed to a certain other super-hero movie coming out this year… Yeah, we’re looking at you Justice League.

Sign me up. I’m ready to go web-slinging.

Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7.



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  • Erik Tyler

    The constant “one-liners” really dumb down and somewhat ruin what could be something truly great. At least in the trailer, every time he does something (even just swinging past a group of people), he HAS TO HAVE a cheesy, BS one-liner. He’s unable to face any opponent without constant one-liners. It’s like some of these movies are stuck in the 1980’s…

    • Howard Stern ?????????

      i totally agree with that. this movie looks good, but not great. I think the cheesy script, along with how many times this movie has been rebooted has really killed it for my excitement.

    • I get what you’re saying, but it’s actually pretty accurate to the early versions of Peter/Spider-Man. He’s always been quick with a quip.