New ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Trailer Shows Iron Man ‘Mentoring’ Peter Parker

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Our Spidey senses are tingling thanks to an all-new trailer Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer.

On Wednesday (May 24), Warner Bros. released another look at their latest superhero flick, which hits theaters in a few short months. This time around we’re getting a closer look at the dynamic between Spider-Man (aka Peter Parker), played by Tom Holland, and his mentor, Iron Man (aka Tony Stark), played by Robert Downey Jr.

Although we all know that Iron Man eventually trains and treats Spider-Man like the hero he is, it isn’t an instant thing. This teaser proves that Tony didn’t always have confidence in Peter, but he did give him his legendary suit (though Peter doesn’t exactly know how to use it at first).

So what does the trailer reveal? It starts with Peter being inside the suit and learning really quickly that there is a LOT to know about it. For example, there are 576 possible web-shooter combinations!

Next, we see Tony and and Peter sharing an awkward moment, as Peter goes in for the hug, and Iron Man clearly isn’t having it. The trailer continues with Peter throwing on his Spider-Man suit and completing tasks, while also checking in with Tony.

“I helped this old lady and she bought me a churro, so that was nice,” Peter says in his adorable voice.

Clearly he’s not up to superhero standards just yet, but he’s trying, which has to count for something.

 

 

“Can’t you just be a friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man?” Tony asks in the trailer, after Peter reveals he wants to do more.

Of course Peter can’t stay away from fighting crime, and he continues to put on the suit and learn how to use it correctly. Eventually, the ultimate baddie, Vulture (Michael Keaton) appears and we know Spider-Man is going to have to rise up and fight him.

The teaser then shows Peter mastering most of his spidey suit’s tricks and tools, like his web shooting abilities. Even though he’s not totally ready to beat evil attackers, he’s getting there… slowly, but surely.

“I’m sick of Mr. Stark treating me like a kid!” he exclaims as he jumps on his bed. The trailer ends, and we’re a little concerned for his epic battle that is bound to happen. He is a kid, but he does have powers, so it’ll probably work out.

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

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