For the sixth time in just 15 years, a new Spider-Man movie is coming out and the official trailer has been released. Besides getting our third actor as the web slinger in the new movie directed by Jon Watts, we’re also getting two heroes for the price of one. Robert Downey Jr. appears in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” as Tony Stark’s Iron Man. It’s hard to tell from the trailer if this latest incarnation of Spider-Man is any better than the previous two, but this time, Spider-Man does have those under arm webs on his costume. So, there’s that. “Spider-Man: Homecoming” starring Tom Holland as the new Spidey, Marisa Tomei as a hotter Aunt May, Michael Keaton as the Vulture (apparently the producers loved him as Birdman), Hannibal Buress as Coach Wilson and Robert Downey Jr. in his eighth movie appearance as Tony Stark / Iron Man, is in theaters next Summer on July 7, 2017.
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