Spider-Man Reveals Identity in New "Spider-Man: Homecoming" Clip


Spider-Man Reveals Identity in New

"I'll level with you". The trailer shows how the teenage vigilante struggles with being a secret avenger.

Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is the Spider-Man - you know, the one "from YouTube".

The adorable co-stars of Spider-Man Homecoming, Tom Holland and Zendaya, showed up at the MTV Movie and TV Awards this weekend to debut a new clip from the anticipated superhero flick. She will be joined by Michael Keaton's character, Vulture, who will threaten to destroy NY, according to Entertainment Weekly.

Spider-Man: Homecoming opens in theaters July 7. Robert Downey joins the young buck as old buck, Tony Stark, with Marisa Tomei as Aunt May, Michael Keaton as The Vulture and Zendaya as Mary-Jane Watson. This is the second reference to the "Star Wars" franchise.

However any VR title will have to wait as for now the focus will shift to Spider-Man PS4 as many have marked it out for a 2017 release, in any case the future of Marvel Games does appear to be bright. To reiterate, Sony owns the film rights to the Spider-Man character.

Working with A-listers in the industry also made things more exciting for the director. I had to ignore it and go back to work.

First, Marvel unveiled the newest clip from its upcoming "Spider-Man: Homecoming" film. It makes sense that Tony Stark could easily discover Spider-Man's true identity in Captain America: Civil War, but if even Peter's friend Ned (Jacob Batalon) managed to accidentally uncover the truth, maybe Peter's should be a little more careful.