Spider-Man: Homecoming VLog Released

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Two new clips followed today's major reveal about a Spider-Man: Homecoming character, one of which didn't reveal a great deal about the plot. The other included a major action sequence from the flick, so that was obviously a major spoiler.

The first clip, which was an official release, touched on the connection between Spider-Man: Homecoming and Captain America: Civil War, in which Peter Parker made his MCU debut. We were already aware of this connection, courtesy of a Peter Parker Video Blog.

The second clip showed the film’s intro, in which Happy (Jon Favreau) picked up Peter Parker and took him to a private jet, which flew itself to Germany. There were also a couple of shots of the Civil War airport battle, taken from a different point of view.

In addition, you’ll see that fake hug scene with Tony Stark and Peter, which means that Peter’s mentor shouldn’t appear in too many shots during the movie. Check it out below:


It was cool that this video-blog actually appeared to be homemade, until the perspective shifted in the Tony Stark scene at the end.

Rather than an official release, the second clip was a fan-made video that glued together all of the fiery battle scenes from the trailers and clips. As you can see, the trailers actually showed them almost in their entirety. We still don't know how it all ends, but we can safely assume that the Vulture will escape.

Thankfully, the reviewers said that there were still a few surprises that weren’t spoiled in trailers or clips!

Check it out below, if you will!


Maybe next time Marvel will be in charge of the marketing campaign.

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