Two 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Trailers Drop With Footage Of Iron Man, Vulture, and Shocker

Ever since Comic-Con, fans have been patiently awaiting some kind of Spider-Man: Homecoming footage, and now we finally got it. Not only did we get the trailer that aired earlier on Jimmy Kimmel Live, but we also got an international trailer which featured some new footage. Theres plenty to be excited about from this trailer, including Tom Holland's witty remarks while under the mask, his interactions with his friends and Tony Stark, and of course our first look at Michael Keaton's Vulture in full costume and in action. Not only that, but we also get some footage of another famed Spider-Man villain; Shocker. 

Below is the trailer that debuted on Jimmy Kimmel:
And here is the international trailer that was also released by Marvel:
We definitely get the coming of age John Hughes movie type vibe that Marvel and director Jon Watts have been teasing for the movie. There's a lot of footage of Peter and Jacob Batalon's character Ned hanging out, as well as Zendaya's Michelle and Laura Harrier's Liz Allen. Allen will apparently be Peter's love interest in this movie, although it seems more like a crush. Although we see a lot of Peter's high school, we surprisingly don't see any of Tony Revolori's Flash Thompson anywhere here.
While we knew Robert Downey Jr. would be making an appearance as Tony Stark given the relationship the two characters formed in Civil War, we didn't know just how important he would be. Judging by the trailer, it seems Tony will basically serve as Peter's "cool rich uncle" type figure, and will also be suiting up with him and some point in the movie. Hopefully we will get to see Peter fight his own battles against Vulture and co. without any help from Iron Man. 
Of course a huge part of this trailer was finally getting to see footage of the enemy Spidey will be facing, Michael Keaton's Vulture. The design for Vulture himself looks great by paying tribute to the comics without looking ridiculous, and instead going for a modern tech based look. It seems Vulture may have an arm of enemies working with him, with Bookem Woodbine's Shocker being one of them as seen in the second trailer.
So what did you think of the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers? What parts were your favorite? Are you more excited for the movie now? Let us know below!

First 'Spider-Man: Homecoming 'Footage Released; Trailer Will Premiere On Jimmy Kimmel Tomorrow

Ever since this year's Comic Con, we've known that some type of Spider-Man: Homecoming footage existed. While those of us that were in attendance were hoping for some kind of leak, we ultimately never got it. Instead we were forced to settle for a couple of pieces of concept art, and a lot of set photos. Yet in the last couple of weeks we've heard several rumors about a teaser trailer debuting, and it was first thought it would play after Monday's episode of Agents of SHIELD. But Marvel has ended all that speculation, by releasing a tease online that the first trailer will be premiering tomorrow night during Jimmy Kimmel.

Below you can see the trailer tease for Spider-Man: Homecoming:
Its sort of become tradition now for Marvel to release the first trailer for one of their upcoming movies on Jimmy Kimmel, which they did for both Guardians of the Galaxy and Doctor Strange. The show has become a great platform to get regular audiences excited about their upcoming films that they probably didn't know about, as one the case with Guardians. Homecoming has the added benefit of featuring Tom Holland's Spider-Man as the lead, who audiences were already introduced to in Civil War.
As for the teaser itself, it falls in line with the rumored description we've been hearing. We get POV footage of Peter Parker in his Spider-Man costume, talking to Tony Stark's body guard Happy Hogan. While we knew Jon Favreau would be making an appearance in the movie, we didn't know how big of a role it would be. We now know that its more of a cameo appearance in which he'll be giving Peter a new upgraded suit designed by Tony Stark. Stark himself will of course be in the movie, so it seems odd he wouldn't give Peter the suit himself.
But of course whats most notable about this suit and the footage itself in the inclusion of Spider-Man's classic underarm webbing. This is an inclusion that was featured in several Spider-Man comics including the first Steve Ditko ones, but we have had yet to see translated on film. Like we see in the footage, the webbing will help him glide and makes him much more aerodynamic. We will most likely be getting even more footage of it once the full trailer drops tomorrow night.
So what did you think of the Spider-Man: Homecoming footage? Will you be tuning in to see the trailer tomorrow night? Let us know below!