Let’s all pretend we didn’t see like five different Spider-Man movies in the last 15 years, and act excited about Spider-Man: Homecoming. Because this time around, the movie is part of something else, the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man isn’t acting alone anymore. He’s an Avenger in training that we already got to meet earlier this year in Captain America: Civil War. And he’s getting his own movie next year, which means we’ve got new trailers to show you.

Sony released the US and international trailers, both of which tell the same story. Spidey is still in high school, and Tony Stark is here to supervise. Well, sort of, as Spider-Man will have to deal with a bunch of issues all by himself. The international trailer focuses mostly on the hot Spider-Man action, while the US one reminds us that Peter Parker is still in school.

We get to see a new villain, The Vulture, which appears in both clips. Ironically, former Batman actor Michael Keaton now plays a bad guy in a superhero movie.

Speaking of the cast, we’ve got Robert Downey Jr., Marisa Tomei, Tom Holland, and Donald Glover in this one, aside from Keaton.

Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7th, so there’s plenty of time to see more footage until this next major movie drops. In the meantime, check out the firs trailer below, and its international variation.

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