Spider-Man: Homecoming has been a fairly mysterious project; only a small number of people were able to watch footage from the movie during #SanDiegoComicCon 2016. To many other fans' dismay, we haven't been given any information regarding a release date for an official trailer... until today. Turns out, we'll be getting our first look at Spidey's solo movie by Christmas.
According to Comicbook.com, sources close to the production revealed that the first #SpiderManHomecoming trailer will be attached to #RogueOne when it premieres on December 16, 2016. So shortly before or after that, it will probably drop online as well.
#Marvel always releases trailers six to seven months before a movie's release date. Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters on July 7, 2017, so it sounds completely reasonable for the trailer to be unveiled that day.
The question now is, what will we see? Since the footage is coming seven months before the movie, it will most likely be a small teaser to give us a sense of the story and who the characters are. What I'm hoping is to see at least a little of Tony Stark or The Vulture.
But, regardless of what the teaser shows us, #SpiderMan will have his trailer attached to Rogue One. Because we are a month away from that, here's the official Homecoming synopsis to calm your hunger for more Spidey:
"A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man (Tom Holland), who made his sensational debut in Marvel Studios' Captain America: Civil War, begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging superhero in Spider-Man: Homecoming."
We already know #TomHolland can flip around like Spidey himself:
It's just making us more excited to see him in his solo movie.
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What upcoming solo MCU film are you most looking forward to?