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If you think of Spider-Man: Homecoming as yet another franchise featuring the teenage webslinger, there might not be much to it on paper — but as soon as we laid eyes on Tom Holland as Peter Parker in Marvel's Captain America: Civil War, we knew we might just have the best interpretation yet. Marvel's new Spider-Man, in his suit designed by Tony Stark, is chatty and awkward and awesomely skilled at the same time.

After we've heard endless news about the casting, without necessarily knowing which characters from the comics or even exactly which villains would make an appearance, we've finally got a first look at Spider-Man: Homecoming from Marvel's Comic-Con panel, and it's clear that the hype is just starting.

Check Out Our First Look At Spider-Man: Homecoming

Granted, we didn't get to see the footage of what Marvel dubbed a "high school movie," but the Vulture is a central piece — and Michael Keaton's now finally been confirmed for the role! It certainly looks like he's going to give Spidey a run for his money.

Tom Holland, meanwhile, just nails the perfect mix of shy teenager and fearless fighter — after all, he's probably the only one who was able to truly marvel at Bucky's metal arm from up close.

Spider-Man: Homecoming stars Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., Marisa Tomei, Zendaya, Michael Keaton and Martin Starr, and is set to be released July 7, 2017.

Do you think that Tom Holland's interpretation of Spider-Man will be the most accurate one yet?


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