Spider-Man: Homecoming is probably one of the most anticipated films of 2017, following the web-slinger’s appearance in this past spring’s Captain America: Civil War. After months of waiting and pleading for some real footage from the actual film, fans have been given just that in the form of an over two-minute clip. On Thursday night (Dec. 8), the first official trailer for next year’s action blockbuster was released during Jimmy Kimmel’s late night show. Check out the complete first trailer below.
This version of the film will find Peter Parker (Tom Holland) dealing with his sophomore year of high school while also learning what it takes to be a superhero from his mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.). As if high school wasn’t bad enough, the webbed-hero has to deal with the bad guy of the film, Vulture (Micheal Keaton). Spider-Man: Homecoming is scheduled to hit theaters next summer on July 7.