New details about this summer’s much-anticipated “Spider-Man: Homecoming” surfaced Wednesday in a pair of trailers released online by Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios.
In the third domestic trailer for the upcoming reboot, we learn that the Spider-Man uniform devised by Tony Stark-Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) is more high-tech than the one first glimpsed in “Captain America: Civil War” (2016). As an optical display appears before Peter Parker-Spider-Man’s (Tom Holland) eyes, a female-voiced artificial intelligence informs him, “You have 576 possible web-shooter combinations.” During a midair confrontation with supervillain the Vulture (Michael Keaton), the AI activates a parachute.
We also meet Donald Glover (“Community,” “Atlanta”) in an undisclosed role, telling Spider-Man, “You gotta get better at this part of the job.”
Even more details abound in the third international trailer, also readily available online. It opens with Spider-Man vlogging from the airport battle in “Civil War” and then as Parker from a hotel room — where Stark’s right-hand man, Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau), complains the teenager is being too noisy.
Later we see Keaton’s character at a salvage yard, collecting alien detritus left over from past Marvel movies. And elsewhere Parker sets up the movie’s plot by explaining, “Someone is collecting stuff from Avengers battles and building these crazy weapons.”
The film is scheduled for release July 7.