‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ New Trailer Revealed; Peter Parker Might Leave Marvel Cinematic Universe

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Sony recently dropped a new trailer of "Spider-Man: Homecoming" giving a glimpse of a young Peter Parker (Tom Holland). By the looks of it, it is far more different from its previous versions with the addition of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and Vulture (Michael Keaton); fans will surely have a special experience.

In the trailer, there's a lifted train that is quite similar to the scene in "Spider-Man 2." And just like Sam Raimi, Jon Watts use the full potential of the New York City settings.

In "Spider-Man: Homecoming," Peter's suit is made up Tony himself that allows him to wear it perfectly; from being loose to fit. According to Slash Film, this just means that fans will finally see him changing his suit for the first time.

Tom has captured the hearts of the viewers when he appeared in "Captain America: Civil War" with her jolly personality. Thus, fans are expecting to see that same personality as the fun-loving teenager in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."

As Tony asked Peter to be just the friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man, in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," he will be seen just swinging through the suburbs getting sociable with people. This scene, too, is not often seen in other films from the movie franchise.

Meanwhile, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" producer Amy Pascal revealed that Peter might not linger in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This has something to do with the contract between Sony and Marvel that will let Spider-Man appear in MCU.

The deal between the two firms has said to have an end date and Pascal believed it is a good thing for "Spider-Man: Homecoming." "One of the things that I think is so amazing about this experience is that you don't have studios deciding to work together to make a film very often," she told CosmicBookNews. "In fact, it may never happen again after we do the sequel."

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