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Spider-Man: Homecoming Media Blitz Begins With Vulture Info, Images, Teaser, Posters, & Incoming Trailer

But I want pictures of Spider-Man!

  • Michael Keaton as Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • Michael Keaton as Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • Tom Holland in Spider-Man: Homecoming

  • (image: Chuck Zlotnick)

  • (image: Columbia Pictures)

  • (via Sony Pictures)

  • (via Sony Pictures)

  • (via Sony Pictures)

  • (image: Chuck Zlotnick)

 

We’re just over three months away from Sony’s second attempt (on July 7, 2017) to breathe new life into the Spider-Man franchise they’re never, ever going to let go of, and it looks like the marketing machine is about to kick into full gear. Over the last few days, we’ve gotten posters, images, and a tease from Tom Holland himself for another official trailer.

In case you missed the posters released on the movie’s official Twitter account last week, you can check them out in the gallery above, along with some new images of Michael Keaton bringing the Vulture to the screen to give Spidey a new nemesis. The stills accompanied a new USA Today interview on the film from Keaton and director Jon Watts, wherein they explain Vulture’s motivation—along with that of some minor villains he’s bringing along—in becoming a “dark Tony Stark” using some leftover alien tech from earlier Marvel movies.

Fittingly with the new take on Spider-Man, Vulture comes less from the world/universe domination school of villainy and more from a “ground-level perspective.”

On top of finally getting some Vulture details and posters, it looks like there’s a new trailer coming tomorrow, with this brief snippet on Tom Holland’s Instagram showing off what looks like a snazzy new part of that suit upgrade Tony Stark gave Peter at the end of Civil War.

I smell a trailer 😝 #spidermanhomecoming

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