Donald Glover has some advice for Tom Holland's Peter Parker in the latest Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer. The new trailer, which is noticeably way better than the last one, sees Glover's character calmly offer the following words of wisdom: "You gotta get better at this part of the job." The rest of the trailer sees Parker adjusting to the Spider-Man life by halting a bike thief and complaining about Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) treating him "like a kid."
Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming also stars Michael Keaton, Zendaya, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, Martin Starr, and Hannibal Buress. The movie arrives in theaters July 7.
In an interview with Collider last month, Watts discussed what excited him about Homecoming, which marks the third version of Spider-Man in cinema. "By having Peter Parker be a kid, that also opens up, I think, a lot of possibilities that are only really explored at the beginning of the other two versions of the films," Watts said. "In the Raimi one he's only in high school for like ten minutes, but I wanted to make a high school movie already so the opportunity to do it with Spider-Man was pretty exciting."
Surefire Homecoming highlight Donald Glover's next foray into the world of Marvel is an animated Deadpool series for FXX. The network announced earlier this month that the currently untitled projected had been ordered to series, with Donald and his brother, Stephen Glover, set as showrunners. According to the Hollywood Reporter, a writers' room has already been set up in London, where Donald is shooting the standalone Star Wars movie about a young Han Solo.