There’s highly anticipated, and then there’s “so highly anticipated that even your trailers have trailers.”
Spider-Man: Homecoming, apparently, falls into the latter category.
Sony has just released a six-second tease for the next Spidey promo, which arrives tomorrow morning. In it, our friendly neighborhood superhero clings to the side of a wall while sending a mechanical insect to do his bidding.
There’s also the briefest shot of the Vulture – the big bad villain played by former Batman Michael Keaton. As Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts explained to USA Today, he’s part of a crew tasked with cleaning up the destruction that all of these Marvel superhero battles leave in their wake.
As he gets fed up with his work, though, he turns to crime and positions himself as a sort of “dark Tony Stark.”
That’s where Spidey steps in, with some help from the real Tony Stark. Because just in case you’ve forgotten, this Spider-Man, unlike our last two Spider-Men, hangs out with the Avengers.
Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters July 7.
— Spider-Man (@SpiderManMovie) March 25, 2017