There's only a month to go before Marvel and Sony's "Spider-Man: Homecoming" hits the big screen, and more and more details are coming to light about what the movie will revolve around. In last year's "Captain America: Civil War," fans and moviegoers were introduced to Tom Holland's Peter Parker, A.K.A. Spider-Man, who fought under Tony Stark's banner.

The youngster proved to be a hit among Marvel film fans, and in his solo outing next month, viewers will get to understand more his relationship with Iron Man. Of course, his story isn't without villains that seek to cause trouble.

In fact, the "friendly neighborhood Spider-Man," as Tony Stark put it, will be going up against some major bad guys, but not without Iron Man's help.

Spidey is set to battle it out with the villain called Vulture, who apparently is a trader in the criminal underworld.

More details from Disney Channel's new special

In preparation for next month's opening, Disney Channel recently released a special called "A Fan's Guide to Spider-Man: Homecoming." In it, more details about the villain Vulture, played by Michael Keaton, was put to light.

The Academy Award-winning actor, who also appears in the special, spoke about how Vulture is somewhat of a trader and businessman who deals with relics from the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).

According to CNet, Keaton explained how the Vulture "does corrupt things in order to fight what he sees as corruption," creating an interesting dynamic between him and Spider-Man, who is through and through team Avengers when they eventually meet.

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As per Screen Rant, Jeremy Latcham also spoke up about what drives Vulture in his evil pursuits, saying that the character acknowledges the demand for "MCU relics" in the black market, which is why he becomes a trader who will be on the "rise in this criminal underworld."

Peter Parker as a teen: The new Spider-Man

Compared to the previous iterations of the Marvel character, Peter Parker in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" will be, like Andrew Garfield's character, a teenager. However, the film's events take place after the events of "Captain America: Civil War," which makes for an interesting dynamic moving forward. In this movie, Spider-Man isn't entirely a lone ranger who was merely bitten by a spider. He's a teenage superhero who, with the help of Tony Stark, will unravel his full potential as an Avenger. Marvel's

In this movie, Spider-Man isn't entirely a lone ranger who was merely bitten by a spider.

He's a teenage superhero who, with the help of Tony Stark, will unravel his full potential as an Avenger. Marvel's

Marvel's Kevin Feige promised that viewers need not see the character being bitten by a spider or see his Uncle Ben get murdered, things that moviegoers have already seen in previous films. Instead, the new film will focus on Peter Parker's new life as one of the Avengers, six months from the day he found out he was Spider-Man. The film swings into theaters this July 7.