New 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Trailer Teases Spidey's New Super Suit Abilities

Wednesday, 24 May 2017 - 11:07AM
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Wednesday, 24 May 2017 - 11:07AM
New 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Trailer Teases Spidey's New Super Suit Abilities
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Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a reboot can.

Spoils the plot, any time, a new trailer is shared online. Look out, here come more Spider-Man: Homecoming spoilers.

We know even more about the new Spider-Man thanks to the third official trailer from Sony, which is in addition to two international trailers and a bunch of clips and scenes that have been shared online already. There are some fun new scenes in here, but not a lot of revelations—probably because we've already learned almost everything about this movie's plot. We do get to see more Vulture, though—check it out:



This new trailer is mostly about showing off all the cool things that Spider-Man's costume can do. Tony Stark has made a pretty neat stripped-down version of the Iron Man suit for Peter, and, as we've now learned, it has its own built in J.A.R.V.I.S.-style AI assistant, a heads-up display, and even a parachute, for occasions when a giant bird man lifts you high above the houses in Queens.

Sony's logic for sharing so much of this movie apparently comes from the hope that they can prove that no, seriously, this time Spider-Man is cool again. This movie has Iron Man and Birdman The Vulture, and also check out all the neat stuff Spidey's suit can do this time! The problem is that in trying so desperately to show off why this movie is worth watching, Sony's leaving almost no surprises.

It makes sense, though—Sony doesn't exactly have a healthy portfolio of movie properties at the moment. The Spider-Man franchise is by far the biggest thing they have left (bigger even than their new plans for a Tom Hardy Venom movie), but concurrent average-to-bad movies over the past decade had left most people unenthusiastic about the Friendly Neighborhood Wall Crawler before the announcement that he'd be heading to the MCU.

Well relax, Sony. We're (almost) all going to watch Homecoming anyway, not because of all the trailers, but because the character worked so well in Civil War, and we trust Marvel Studios to do a good job with this film. 

Spider-Man: Homecoming hits US theaters on July 7th, 2017.
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