Tom Holland's debut solo outing as Spider-Man gets a more substantial look in the second official trailer for Sony's "Spider-Man: Homecoming," which debuted this week at CinemaCon.
"Homecoming" takes Peter Parker back to high school and looks to deal with the trials of being a crime-fighting teen in a way the previous interpretations of the web-slinger only hinted at. Fortunately, there's a mentor figure and veteran superhero on hand: Iron Man, played by frequent Stern Show guest Robert Downey Jr. Their co-existence is further proof Marvel and Sony are willing to let their superheroes share a cinematic universe, as first evidenced by Holland's appearance as Spider-Man in last year's Marvel blockbuster "Captain America: Civil War."
The new "Homecoming" trailer also shows extended footage of Michael Keaton's performance as villainous birdman the Vulture, while offering quicker looks at co-stars Zendaya and Marissa Tomei, who first played Aunt May in "Civil War."
All this comes on the heels of Sony's announcement that it will expand its cinematic comic book universe with a R-rated spinoff film for Spider-Man nemesis, Venom.
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" slings into theaters July 7. Check out the trailer (below).
Additionally, listen to Robert Downey Jr. talking to Howard in 2016 about becoming Iron Man (below).