Just a week after the debut of a new trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Marvel Studios has released the first teaser for another upcoming film from its growing Cinematic Universe: the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Homecoming. The two-minute clip shows a wise-cracking, still in high school Spidey/Peter Parker (played by Tom Holland) in plenty of web-swinging action, along with some interaction with Iron Man‘s Tony Stark.
Spider-Man made his official debut in the Marvel Cinematic Universe with an appearance in this year’s Captain America: Civil War, but this will be his first stand-alone movie since then, not mention it’s the second reboot for the franchise in the last 15 years. The trailer further hints at Spidey’s connections with the Avengers, with Stark reminding Parker that he’s still young and should try to stay out of trouble.
A few choice lines of dialog seem to indicate that Parker is eager to prove himself, however, including the all-too-common “I’m sick of adults treating me like a kid.” But while we see that this iteration of Parker is still in school, it appears the fast-talking, joke-making hero fans love will have more presence over the teenage angst that was so present in the last several Spider-Man films.
The Homecoming trailer also does a great job of teasing Vulture, the villain this time around, played by Michael Keaton. We get a few quick shots of his awesome-looking wings as he terrorizes New York City. If the feel of this debut US trailer doesn’t quite grab you, check out the first international version (below); it uses most of the same footage, but there’s more action and it just offers a much more exciting tone.