Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

Arriving back from my birthday present (Hawaii trip), I received another gift in the form of a fantastic Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer.  The latest feature of Spider-Man’s costume (the webbing under his arms) is yet another throwback to the classic comics, much like the shape and movement of Spidey’s “eyes” that we saw in Captain America: Civil War.  I wished at the time that Civil War had been a Spider-Man movie and now I look to be getting exactly the movie I wished for.

It’s a welcome sign that Spider-Man is firmly established to be in high school by the movie’s title and trailer.  That gives another nod to the classic comics, the ones that firmly established Spider-Man’s defining characteristics, the ones that made him my favourite superhero of all time.  Like the facts that Peter is a bit of a loser at school, that he makes nervous quips to bad guys while making them look silly, and that he’s having problems with the cops right from the start.

Even better, it’s clear that this movie exists in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, not only from the bank robbers’ Avengers masks (to which Spidey’s response is perfect) but also from Tony Stark’s appearance in his two favourite suits (iron and wool).  Tony and Peter’s big brother-little brother relationship continues to fit the characters perfectly and I’m excited to see more of that dynamic (and see Peter teach Tony a thing or two, as when you get right down to it, Peter always finds a way to do the right thing, which is something Tony struggles with).

There are two other big Marvel releases in 2017: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (April 25) and Thor: Ragnarok (October 25).  After this trailer, Spider-Man: Homecoming is by far my most anticipated of the three, and I never thought that would be the case considering how much I loved the first Guardians of the Galaxy and that Taika Waititi, Thor 3’s director, is one of the most talented and underrated people in the movie business.  All in all, it seems 2017 will be a very good movie year for Sean (and a very bad one for Jay), and I’m expecting Spider-Man: Homecoming will be the source of a lot of that goodness.

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21 thoughts on “Spider-Man: Homecoming Trailer

  1. Jay

    Wow, I just spent all that money on Hawaii and you would have been just as happy watching a commercial for FREE ON THE INTERNET???
    I’m already feeling ripped off by this movie and I haven’t even seen it yet.

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      1. fragglerocking

        So far have not got into The DC universe. Of course I watched Batman through from Michael Keaton to Christian Bale, but have not been inspire to watch the latest lot. I will probably get round to them,, but there’s enough to do keeping up with Marvel. Logan of course is still Marvel, and having seen the 1st 2 I’ll be doing the 3rd, after all it is Hugh Jackman!

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  2. J.

    Magic! I was a bit weary of another Spider-Man ‘reboot’, but this does look pretty ace. Marvel more than making up for Iron Man 3 and Age of Ultron!

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