Spidey And Iron Man Fight To Save NY In New Avengers: Infinity War Promo


New duos will be forged in Avengers: Infinity War as heroes like Star-Lord and Tony Stark and Thor, Rocket and Groot come together for the first time in the MCU. That doesn’t mean the movie will forget the old favourite dynamics though that fans have come to love in previous installments. For instance, we already know that the bond that Tony Stark and Peter Parker share will continue to blossom in the film.

As established in Captain America: Civil War and embellished in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Tony is Peter’s superhero mentor and, even though they differ on the best course of action sometimes, it’s clear they have a lot of respect for each other. That’s something we’ll see continue in Infinity War, and now, a new promo for the film (up above) teases the duo fighting to protect New York City from Thanos’ Black Order.

It’s far from great quality and we only get a few glimpses of the action, but it’s still new footage and given how excited we are to see Peter and Tony working together again, we’ll take what we can get. Plus, there’s also a look at Iron Man’s new Model-Prime armor, as he flies into the fight using those blasters on the back of his suit – which will no doubt come in handy.

Of course, Stark won’t be the only one with upgraded armor in Infinity War, as we know that Peter will adopt the Iron Spider suit during the skirmish with Thanos. It’s also been revealed that even despite turning him down the first time, Spidey will officially join Tony and the Avengers once the Mad Titan comes knocking, which is just as well, as Earth’s Mightiest Heroes will need all the help they can get.

In fact, Tom Holland confirmed as much in a recent interview, saying:

I think he is, yeah. I think he is now officially an Avenger.

The only question that remains, now is, how will the rest of the gang welcome Spidey? We already know that Star-Lord isn’t too fond of him at first, but it should be a ton of fun watching Peter Parker interact with the rest of the heroes he didn’t meet in Civil War. And we’ll get the chance to do just that on April 27th, when Avengers: Infinity War has a record opening at the box office.

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