The New Spiderman: Homecoming Trailer is here and it’s Amazing..
So, there it is everybody.. the kid superhero.. the boy wonder..
It certainly is the first time that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has delved into the idea of what it would be like to be a kid and then a kid with superpowers into the world of Avengers. Most importantly, kids will be able to identify themselves with the character of young Peter Parker and the adults will be amazed to see their Spidey Kid growing into a Spiderman.
Rather than the traditional origin story, Spiderman: Homecoming will see Peter Parker during his sophomore year. He and his friend, two nerds, having a crush over and staring at the school’s prettiest girl, Mary Jane. There is also the young Aunt May, which we already saw Tony stark flirting to in Civil War. Beyond the high school drama, he also hopes to prove himself to Tony Stark in order to join The Avengers.
Also, not to be missed are Spidey’s Webwings.. which seems to have come as an upgrade from Tony Stark.
Watch it for yourself..
Iron Man in Spiderman: Homecoming
The inclusion of Iron Man will work as a huge selling point for the new Spidey movie. If we all remember, Tom Holland’s role as Spiderman in Captain America: Civil War had the fans excited and left them wanting for more and the new trailer shall only whet your desire a bit more. It would be super interesting to see him in a film, all to himself.
If we look close enough, one can notice the black eye of Tony Stark, which can be placed at the end of the big standoff fight between Team Iron Man and Team Captain America. Also, in one of the scenes in the classroom, Peter is seen mulling over the video of him tying down rope around Ant Man’s feet in Civil War. This perfectly places the timeline of the movie. And, it can also be speculated that something regarding The Avengers and The Sokovia Accords might find its place in the upcoming movie.
“Just don’t do anything I would do – and definitely don’t do anything I wouldn’t do. There’s a little grey area in there and that’s where you operate.”
“Listen, I know school sucks. I know you want to save the world. But you’re not ready yet. Stay close to the ground. And stay out of trouble.”
In one of the live Facebook chats.. Holland revealed about one of the most dangerous stunts in the movie, which is also partially seen in the trailer.
“There was a few things that I couldn’t do. There was some time where they dangled, my poor stunt double under a helicopter and dunked him in a lake. Damn it. This is live, isn’t it? Damn. So at one point Spider-Man ends up in a lake. I’m going to get in so much trouble now. Oh, no. Yeah. I was like, ‘Let me to it. Let me do it.” When I saw him do it and get dunked in the lake, I’m so happy I let him do that one because that was the scariest thing I’ve ever seen. Can you imagine? Flying under a helicopter and being dunked in a lake. I don’t get paid enough for that shit. Sorry! Again. Again. I can’t help it. I’m sorry.”
Let’s watch him use his Webwings to glide over the helicopter and dive into the lake..
The movie also stars Michael Keaton as Spiderman’s nemesis Vulture, along with Bokeem Woodbine as Shocker and Michael Chernus as The Tinkerer.
Andrew Garfield, who played the role of web superhero in The Amazing Spiderman 1 & 2 had nothing but appreciation for Tom Holland and the trailer of Spiderman: Homecoming.
“I watched it and it’s great! I think it looks great. I’m really excited to see it, I can’t wait. I’m a big fan of Tom [Holland] and that character, so I’m just really excited to see it.”
Seeing the success of the trailer, Sony and Marvel Studios have gone ahead and confirmed that the sequel to Spiderman: Homecoming will be released on July 5, 2019. Apparently, Tom Holland has signed a six-picture deal, which includes three solo films and three other appearances with the Marvel Universe, presumably including the upcoming Avengers: Infinity Wars.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is slated to hit the cinemas on July 7, 2017.
Watch the Extended trailer here:
Direction: Jon Watts
Storyline: Christopher D. Ford, Erik Sommers
Cast: Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Logan Marshall-Green, Bookeem Woodbine, Donald Glover, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori and Marisa Tomei