A new and likely final trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming is on the horizon, if a now-deleted Tweet from Sony India is to be believed.
First spotted by Trailer Track, Sony’s Indian arm claimed that Homecoming would roll out its third full-length promo on Wednesday, May 24th, which makes sense considering that Marvel’s marketing machine has been firing on all cylinders over the past fortnight. As a matter of fact, since Tom Holland’s Web-Head scurried onto the cover of Empire Magazine, we’ve had high-res images of the film’s primary villains – namely The Tinkerer and The Vulture – not to mention talk of Holland remaining attached to the title role for years to come. And that’s a commitment that’s all the more impressive in light of today’s announcement that the British rising star has signed on to play the young Nathan Drake in Sony’s long-in-development Uncharted movie, which has been refigured to be a prequel.
Getting back to Spider-Man: Homecoming, though, with that all-new trailer coming into view, Sony’s official Twitter account – the UK outlet, on this occasion – has peeled back the curtain on a cheeky new motion poster in which Peter Parker can be seen defacing an NYC water tower.
— Sony Pictures UK 🎬 (@SonyPicturesUK) May 20, 2017
While we don’t expect to see much new footage from Jon Watts’ hotly-anticipated reboot in two days’ time, the final full trailer for Homecoming ought to ensure excitement remains at a fever pitch before the inevitable deluge of clips and TV spots. Perhaps we’ll get our first peek at some of the film’s supporting players? And we’re not talking about Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May or Robert Downey Jr.’s Iron Man, but rather those supporting players who have been a little camera shy hitherto, such as Donald Glover’s mystery character.
Spider-Man: Homecoming shoots for theaters on July 7th.
Source: Trailer Track