We're still getting over the shock of the Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer over here, and yet there's some more shocks to come apparently. That's right, just as Kevin Feige promised, a second trailer to next summer's would-be blockbuster has been released for international audiences. Since the internet doesn't sleep, that trailer went up rather quickly. So naturally, it's time to dive into the world of Spider-Man's New York for a second, more intense round, as you'll see below.

Thanks to Movieclips Trailers for providing the extra thrills and spills that are in this faster paced Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer. While we still see shots of Spider-Man foiling a bank robbery and butting heads with Tony Stark, there's some extra new material to be had in this second first look. For starters, there's more of Tony and his mentoring of Peter Parker, which includes the explicit fact that Peter's not considered an Avenger just yet. While this fact leads to the teenage Spidey griping a bit in the domestic trailer, the mention of his lack of Avenger-hood is not dropped outright outside of the international trailer.

Another big addition to Spider-Man: Homecoming's international first look is the extra footage of Michael Keaton's Vulture, as well as a quick glimpse of Bokeem Woodbine with some powerful tech strapped to his arm. Come to think of it, the weaponry wielded by Woodbine, Keaton and their cohorts in both trailers have us thinking that Tony Stark's lab is missing a couple assets from their ranks. It's not like everyone has a weapon that looks like a repulsor beam and a Chitauri weapon of some sort had a baby that could disable the strongest of ATMs. Put all of the villainy from both trailers together, and it looks like some low level guys want to make off with some high level payola.

Of course, this is all speculation, as our heads are now swimming with not one, but two Spider-Man trailers' worth of information. For good measure, and comparative purposes, why not check out that first domestic trailer again below?

The only things that could make tonight's wealth of Spider-Man: Homecoming footage any better is if it was edited into a seamless mega-trailer, and if Kevin Bacon was announced as playing J. Jonah Jameson. While the former is wishful thinking, and the latter is our own dream casting, it's still a product of the two high quality trailers that the folks at Sony and Marvel Studios have provided. Here's hoping the finished product is as amazing, as it hits theaters on July 7, 2017.

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