After teasing Spider-Man: Homecoming with two posters featuring the teenage hero in his native city of New York, Sony has released a new trailer for the movie.
Much like Warner Bros. and Justice League, Sony announced the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer on Twitter a couple of days before dropping it. The studio debuted it at CinemaCon, an industry conference where studios go over their upcoming slate of movies for theater distributors, before posting it online.
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming was released in December, and like other Marvel Studios projects, made its debut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Since then, there have been a few teasers and posters, but not much else about the movie has been released.
Spider-Man: Homecoming marks the feature-length return of the hero to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Before now, Spidey made a brief appearance in Captain America: Civil War, where he was first introduced to Iron Man and brought aboard to help fight. Iron Man will also star in Spider-Man: Homecoming, bridging the gap between Sony and Marvel’s cinematic worlds.
Spider-Man: Homecoming will be released on July 7, 2017.