After a cool new poster, the new "Spider-Man: Homecoming" trailer has arrived. We get to see new suit details, like a drone Spider, and some familiar faces. Iron Man's role begins to unfold and Vulture looks even more menacing.

The best thing about the trailer is the insight on new details. Most trailers, especially in the superhero genre, have the tendency to brush over new stuff and jump into action. But now we get the chance to look deeper into Peter Parker's (Tom Holland) early life.

New details in the 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' trailer

We get a glimpse of the involvement of some characters, namely Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.).

Before we only saw him telling Peter to stay out of trouble, but we discover that he's saving Peter from the ship incident. Not only that, but he takes the stark-made Spider suit away from Peter in a "you're grounded and we're not telling mom" style.

Speaking of "not telling mom," we get a decent dose of Peter Parker's high school life. Peter steals a smooch from Liz Allen while he also gets closer to his buddy Ned Leeds, who quickly finds out he's Spider-Man.

After getting "grounded" by Iron Man, Marvel squeezes in a sweet reference—Spider-Man's homemade suit! He's got a hoodie with cutout eyes, a long-sleeve shirt and goggles. This move pays homage to Toby MacGuire's Spider-Man, along with "Amazing Fantasy #15" where Spider-Man only started out with a webbed red face-mask.

Not exactly perfect for fighting Vulture, who also makes an appearance in the trailer.

Villains in 'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

While we still don't know who the "boys" Vulture refers to are, we do get to see another face—The Shocker (Bokeem Bodine). We get a closer shot of him at the bus scene where his punch sends Spider-Man flying through the bus.

Talk about sore after a workout. Donald Glover briefly appears, yet we still don't know who he portrays.

We also learn about Vulture's motives; he looks down on Tony Stark, saying "the powerful, like Stark, they don't care about us." While Vulture refers to "us" and his family, it's still unknown who he's referring to.

While some holes have been filled, there's still a lot to answer. Watch Tom Holland as the friendly neighborhood hero in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" July 7.