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Spider-Man: Homecoming’s sensational first trailer released

Spider-Man: Homecoming’s sensational first trailer was released as the film is set to hit the silver screens in July next year.

Tom Holland plays the role of Spider Man, who turned up at the release of the first trailer of the film. He was dressed as Spiderman, along with a 100 others who had donned the costume too.

The latest remake features Tom Holland as Spiderman, while Robert Downey Jr. reprises his role as Tony Stark (Iron Man); the two were previously seen together in Captain America: Civil War. Through his cameo in the Marvel flick, Holland was able to charm the web-tossing superhero’s fans, and reignited their interest in the movies.

Bringing the mechanical-winged-suit-clad Vulture to the screen is Michael Keaton, who exudes intimidation and fear in Parker. Our hero is concerned about his training, Avengers status (or lack thereof), and facing the supervillain – worries that Stark brushes off by saying that they will taken care of later, and by trained people.

The film seems to be an amalgamation of a coming-of-age storyline and traditional superhero-villain standoff. Parker is still in high school, dealing with teenage problems, such as being called a loser, confusion in approaching his crush, shouldering responsibility, and trying to stay up-to-date with coursework all at once.

However, hiding his identity is an issue for Parker, though his best friend still finds out when the former creeps up on a bedroom roof. Alongside, Stark is also keeping a close eye on the insecurity-laden Spidey, but guides him with advice on life and how to stay out of trouble.

As seen in the trailer, Iron Man gifts Parker a new costume, which sports dilating eyes and unusual webbed-limbs-like wings under the arms, allowing him to fly for longer. In this regard, Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige said that fans will “begin to see just how much Tony Stark loves bells and whistles,” Movieweb reported earlier today.