It's official, our favorite web slinger's trailer hit the internet and the fan reactions prove that Stan Lee deserved an honorary doctorate.

"Spider-Man: Homecoming" surprised everyone with not one, but two new trailers this evening. The first is a US trailer with a longer length. The second is an international trailer with similar footage, but different themes. Each trailer emphasizes on different values, here's a breakdown.

'Spider-Man Homecoming' US trailer

The first trailer was shown on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

The "Spider-Man: Homecoming" US trailer focuses on Peter Parker and reveals a Spidey interest we haven't seen on screen: Liz Allan. Liz, portrayed by Laura Harrier, is a popular girl at Peter's high school who served as a crush for Parker early in the comics. Not only is this accurate, but it may confirm that Harry Osborn will get a role in the Spider-Man MCU franchise. Liz is another African-American MCU retcon, a popular example being Nick Fury. Besides Liz, we see who appears to be our main villain: The Vulture.

Michael Keaton's Vulture makes an official appearance in the trailers. The former Batman's character gets a relevant retcon, looking less goofy than vultures appearing in other media. This version of the Vulture is also more maniacal, telling Peter "I will kill you and everybody you love." This ejects Peter Parker from the teenager lifestyle into one pegged with responsibility, which will be to Iron Man's disliking.

Iron Man seems to have a major role in "Spider-Man: Homecoming," appearing to be an advisor who tells Peter things like "But ... you're not ready yet," and "You're just a kid," inspiring Peter to battle grow up and take on The Vulture.

'Spider-Man: Homecoming' international trailer

The second trailer for "Spider-Man: Homecoming" appeared on the web as the International trailer. This trailer is shorter but it emphasizes on the Vulture and shows us The Shocker.

In this trailer, we witness the Vulture talking to an unshown group remarking "The world's changing boys, it's time we change too." With Shocker showing up in the international trailer, this could be 'Sinister Six' hint. With a more "sinister" musical accompaniment, the International trailer is themed for The Vulture.

While Andrew Garfield is losing his Spidey body, Tom Holland is suiting up to become the web slinger of the MCU. "Spider-Man: Homecoming," battles the Vulture on July 7, 2017.

Don't miss our page on Facebook!