I absolutely love that Spider-Man has been incorporated into the MCU, because Marvel really does have a great exploitation of their characters. When Spider-Man appeared in "Captain America: Civil War," it felt as if that was how it was always meant to be even from the beginning. Sure, I like the Toby McGuire movies, I forgot the Andrew Garfield movies. But none of that really matters now, Tom Holland IS Peter Parker. Through and through, the comic book character given magic and walked right out of the frames of the comics.
Now he's finally going to have an adventure of his own, set in the MCU. In this second trailer, we get a little bit more of an idea of what the story will be. It seems in some parts that the trailer has given up the entire movie. But I am so sure, I think there are some surprises left in store. We have no idea what "villain," Logan Marshall-Greene will be playing, heck I don't remember even seeing him in the trailer. We don't know who Donald Glover is. We barely see Shocker. So relax, we don't have a good context of how large Robert Downey Jr.'s role is, so let's not worry if he is overpowering Spider-Man's own movie just yet. Its a two-minute trailer. What if he's only in it for two minutes.
I love that we are getting two villains from the Spider-Man mythology that we haven't seen in a movie yet. Spider-Man has one of the richest rogues galleries of any superhero, and I love that Marvel and Sony are trying to capitalize on that. Michael Keaton will be an excellent Vulture. And if the second season of "Fargo" on FX was any indicator, Bokeem Woodbine is going to shock (no pun intended) the audience.
I dig this trailer. For the first time in a long time, I am actively frantic about a Spider-Man movie.