Tony Stark Challenges Peter to Become a Hero in Second Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer (VIDEO)
After a week of various teaser posters and a short sneak peek, a spectacular new Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer has finally hit the web! The newly arrived footage largely features Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) in a hesitant mentor role to Peter Parker’s Spider-Man (Tom Holland) and also shows off a few tension-filled confrontations with The Vulture (Michael Keaton). Check the web-swingin’ action for yourself in the video below:
The trailer starts off with the webbed one discussing with Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, about his potential place in the Avengers. Tony remarks that he’d be safer if he stuck with just being a “friendly neighborhood Spider-Man” for the time being. A few snippets later, we see Keaton’s Adrian Toomes/Vulture call out the rich and powerful elite, specifically Stark, and gather up his thugs to commence their destructive brand of villainy.
One of these villainous acts sees Peter try and nearly fail to rescue a sinking ship, with Iron Man picking up his slack in the end. A clearly disappointed Tony proceeds to take back Spidey’s suit, with the armored Avenger adding that if he wants to be a hero, he shouldn’t need it to be Spider-Man. The remainder of the trailer is filled with a tense montage of battles with The Vulture and his family of foes with Peter having to resort to his proto-suit, which was briefly seen in Captain America: Civil War.
This looks to be nearly the same trailer first shown at Sony Pictures’ CinemaCon presentation just last night. The footage reported by ComicBookMovie also describes Tony Stark’s weary approach to letting an eager Peter Parker join the Avengers with comparatively limited crime-fighting experience than the rest of the team. Also shown off at the event was the new Jumanji sequel where the company played the film’s first action-packed trailer exclusively for those in attendance.
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