International And Third Trailers For 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Drop Along With An Official New Poster

Well I guess good things actually do come to those who wait (Until 3 AM), because Marvel has decided to put not just one, but two Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers on the web. Both trailers tease the light and humorous tone we were expecting from the film, but also a lot more details on how Spider-Man's suit works, his time during Civil War, and Vulture's vendetta against Tony Stark. The studio has also released the official poster for the movie along with these trailers, and its certainly not as impressive. This will probably be one of the last reveals we are getting until Homecoming hits theaters this July, so enjoy.

Below is the official third trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming:

And here's the official international third trailer:
And here's the new (Awkwardly photoshopped) poster (Click to enlarge):
So right off the bat the trailers show us a lot of the footage we've already seen, mainly between Peter Parker and supporting characters like Ned (Jacob Batalon), Liz Allen (Laura Harrier), Michelle (Zendaya), and of course Tony Stark. But we get an interesting look at all the tech Tony has added into Spider-Man's suit and all the cool features it comes with, including some locked abilities cleverly titled "training wheels". We also see a significant amount of Jon Favreau's Happy Hogan, the body guard of Tony Stark who seems to be very involved with the movie's plot.
We also get some references to the Civil War battle, including Peter's recording and recounting of the events, as well as some actual POV shots. It'll be interesting to see just how much time is spent on these flashbacks, or whether it will just be the opening of the movie. The hotel scene between Peter and Happy Hogan is also presumably during this time, when he was in Germany for the eventual airport battle. There seems to be a strong stress on how excited Peter is to not only be a superhero, but also to be interacting with Avengers members, which is something we haven't had a chance to see with past iterations of the character.
So what did you think of the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers? Are you excited for the movie? Let us know below!