ByKatie Granger, writer at
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Katie Granger

There's a hell of a lot to look forward to in [Captain America: Civil War](tag:994409) — described in its shiny new TV spot as "the movie event of the summer" — and it's so close now that we can almost taste the blood, sweat and tears. And there will be tears.

You thought we had enough TV spots already? Think again! 'Cause TV spot No. 30 is here, and it's here to stay. And just as the second trailer gave us our very first look at newcomer Tom Holland as the Marvel Cinematic Universe Spider-Man, so too does the 30th TV spot deliver our best look at him yet — as he takes on the Winter Soldier! Check out the new clip below!

There he is, that's the Spider-Man we know and love. Running into battle with the big kids and freaking out over how amazingly cool everything is — "You have a metal arm?! That is awesome, dude!" — even as Bucky tries to squash him like the arachnid he is.

Clearly this sequence takes place during the battle we've seen advertised over and over, the (presumably) climactic scene at Leipzig Airport, where the two opposing sides clash and Spider-Man enters the fray.

So, is this the first moment we see him in the movie? Early reports indicate that there's a scene in which Peter Parker arrives home to find Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) in conversation with May Parker (Marisa Tomei), a scene that presumably takes place prior to the battle.

We already know Downey Jr. is set to appear in the upcoming [Spider-Man: Homecoming](tag:3874051), with The Hollywood Reporter announcing the A-list actor has inked a deal to join the cast of the MCU Spider-Man's first solo outing. So it looks like the two characters will continue to be closely aligned as the MCU expands. Does this mean we'll finally get to see the Iron Spider suit?

In other news on the Spidey front, we recently learned that Holland will be getting more screen time in Captain America: Civil War than we initially thought.

Reports from those who were lucky enough to view the film early say he appears for about half an hour in the movie, with 20 minutes of Spider-Man and 10 of Peter Parker. This is no mere cameo.

And, as the TV spot reminds us, there are only 10 days to go until Captain America: Civil War releases on May 6, 2016.

Whose side are you on?

Source: The Hollywood Reporter


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