Following up Wednesday's teaser, the first official trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming has arrived and it features a badass Tony Stark.

Going by the trailer, Robert Downey Jr.'s Stark assumes a mentor role over Tom Holland's Peter Parker and can be seen dropping some real talk in his own impertinent manner as the high schooler attempts to settle back into a normal life following the events of Captain America: Civil War. Spider-Man can then be seen taking down some bad guy bank robbers — dressed as The Avengers squad no less — while there's also the inevitable high school love interest. This time, it's in the shape of Liz Allen who is played by the stunning Laura Harrier. Soz, Mary Jane.

An international trailer has also been released, which gives us a better look at the story's antagonist, Vulture. If Tim Burton's Batman movies taught us anything, it's that Michael Keaton ain't the type of guy to be messed with. Watch that clip below.

Additional cast members include Donald Glover and Zendaya. The movie drops July 7 next year.

Now watch The Rock and Zac Efron team up for some beach lolz in the trailer for Baywatch.

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