If your spider senses were tingling, it might be due to the fact that a few more "Spider-Man: Homecoming" trailers were released overnight, and they're probably the best things on the... web.
Along with the trailer above that gives us the first glimpse of Donald Glover, an international trailer was also released which features the events of "Captain America: Civil War" from Spidey's point of view.
Not only were we blessed with these trailers, but the studio also released a few final posters for the film.
Unfortunately, one of the posters didn't receive the same positive reception the trailers seemed to be getting due to its very striking design choice of being absolutely full of floating heads.
I was worried that the new Spider-Man wouldn't feature any people, so this poster is very reassuring. pic.twitter.com/BUR77wU3vG— Edwin Davies (@EdwinJDavies) May 24, 2017
Spidey, Iron Man and the film's big baddie the Vulture (played by Michael Keaton) a few times, along with a few of the supporting characters... and uh, the Washington Monument.
"make sure u get the Washington Monument in there too; the kids will want to know" pic.twitter.com/bns3n9wnpG— ANTHONY OLIVEIRA (@meakoopa) May 24, 2017
It's very, very busy.
I'll be honest: I tried to improve the very busy SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING poster, and I no longer know where the original ends and mine begins pic.twitter.com/Sazywe9gwh— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) May 24, 2017
— Anthony (@anthonytaylor_) May 24, 2017
While the trailers were winning audiences over, the poster left a little more to be desired.
So brave for Sony/Marvel to let a first-year design student use Photoshop Elements to design their latest SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING poster. pic.twitter.com/JMXbB7b2Dm— David Chen (@davechensky) May 24, 2017
The reason why it may have comes as such a shock might have something to do with the otherwise clean and slick posters that have been teased in the lead-up to the film's release. Spidey chilling out around New York city, hanging off road signs and the Avengers building.
And at the end of the day, we have to remember that even though the poster may have been a bit of a mess... it could have been a lot worse.
That Spider-Man poster still isn't close to being the worst superhero movie poster ever pic.twitter.com/KWiFaPfYlV— Ben Skipper (@bskipper27) May 24, 2017
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" stars Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr, Zendaya, Donald Glover and Michael Keaton, and is scheduled to swing into cinemas July 6.
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