New Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer Tease Promises an Intense Clash with The Vulture (VIDEO)
It looks like we have another Spidey trailer on the horizon! Uploaded today on the official Spider-Man Twitter account was a brand new Spider-Man: Homecoming tease confirming a full-length trailer premiere sometime tomorrow, March 28. The brief video features our webbed hero (Tom Holland) in the throes of an explosive battle with the film’s main villain The Vulture, played by Michael Keaton, as well as a quick shot of the crime-fighter ejecting what looks to be a trusty Spider-Tracer from his suit. You can see it for yourself below:
— Spider-Man (@SpiderManMovie) March 27, 2017
Today’s Spider-Man: Homecoming tease coincides with several Webhead-centric posters that made the rounds over the last few days, hinting at an imminent trailer release. The light-hearted posters display the spiderling swinging around New York City as he heads to his and Aunt May’s residence in Queens, making his journey a literal homecoming. The trailer release is undoubtedly attributed to Sony’s presence at tonight’s Cinema-Con, where the company is expected to debut the film’s second preview for the first time. Next year’s unnamed Venom film is also likely to be talked about in some capacity.
Whatever the case may be, the upcoming Spider-Man movie is shaping up to be as amazing and spectacular as ever. You can read about any future web-slingin’ updates here on DFTG.
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