Spider-Man: Homecoming—A Tale of Two Clashing Trailers!

So TWO Spider-Man: Homecoming trailers were released yesterday, and one of them SUCKS. There’s the European one, which seems like they’re advertising for a comic-book action movie.

Then there’s the American one, which seems like they’re advertising for a CW teen drama, or maybe a Disney kids TV show, The Sweet Life of Spider-Man.

This trailer makes it seem like the Homecoming he’s worried about is Homecoming dance, and whether or not the cute girl will go out with him, or whether she’ll go out with the captain of the football team, and it’ll never be Peter and he knows it so he’s heartbroken and lovelorn and just has to talk about it with his best friend, but then there’s this not-as-cute girl who’s making eyes at him, only he just doesn’t see it and…

AUGGGGGGGH! SAVE ME!

I don’t know which Spider-Man movie will show up in the theaters, but I hope it’s the first, because Dawson’s Creek (Webslinging Edition) just does NOT appeal.

2 thoughts on “Spider-Man: Homecoming—A Tale of Two Clashing Trailers!”

  1. because Dawson’s Creek (Webslinging Edition) just does NOT appeal.

    Hey to be fair, that pretty much WAS Spider-man originally back during the Lee/Ditko era.

    What I think is funny is that both trailers show moments that look like they were taken straight from Rami’s original 2 films. Only instead of trying to stop a train, this time Spidey is trying to hold together that cruise liner (I think). And Vulture seems pretty reminicent of Green Power Ranger Goblin as well as Spidey devoting his focus to holding onto a webline.

    Kind of seems funny that we keep ending up admitting that nobody does Spidey better than Rami. But hopefully this film will be alright.

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