It's taken nearly a decade of back-and-forth between Marvel and Sony to come to an agreement that would allow Spider-Man to appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but today is the day we finally get to see the webslinger alongside the likes of Captain America and Tony Stark!
The new trailer for Captain America: Civil War dropped Thursday morning, giving us new insight into the film's central conflict — our favorite super heroes coming to blows over how to police themselves. But more importantly it brought us our first look at Tom Holland as Spider-Man.
As the two groups of heroes face off against each other, Tony Stark mutters, "All right, I've run out of patience," before calling out, "Underoos!"
That's when Spider-Man makes his surprise appearance, snatching Captain America's Shield and binding his hands as he swings overhead. His first words in the series give us a glimpse at the teenage jokester we've been promised as he assesses a tarmac filled with the most powerful heroes on Earth and quips, "Hey everyone."
Two of the most revealing details of the new Spider-Man are actually kind of easy to miss. First, the expressive eyes seem to be capable of expressing thanks to some kind of custom tech, and second, the new Spider-Man logo looks kind of like a computer chip with legs. It's all very tech-y, which leads us to believe this suit was very likely designed by Tony Stark. That does actually happen in the Civil War comic book storyline, albeit with a much different red and gold suit.
Other than that, this suit is probably the closest we've seen to the original Spider-Man suit. With no texture and bright colors, this is kind of a throwback suit compared to the ones worn by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. Take a look at the trailer below and see for yourself.