Tom Holland's Spider-Man was one Captain America: Civil War's best parts, even though compared to most of the film's other major players, he didn't receive that much screen time. It just goes to show that a little Spidey adapted correctly can go a long way. Now Marvel fans are looking forward to seeing this new iteration of the Web-Slinger shine on his own in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Reports and set photos have provided a general idea of what the movie will be about, but nothing beats watching a teaser trailer for a big blockbuster. Fortunately, it sounds like Spider-Man: Homecoming's first look isn't far away.

It was reported last week that the first Spider-Man: Homecoming trailer will be attached to Rogue One: A Star Wars Story with its release on December 16, which also presumably means it will arrive online a few days before that. Given how these kind of previews rarely go over two minutes, obviously Marvel will be holding a lot back, and for good reason. Why spoil all the goodies too early? There's a reason it's called a teaser. That said, here are the five things we would like to see in Spider-Man: Homecoming's first trailer at minimum.

Peter Using His Intellect At School

Peter Parker was a smart guy even before that radioactive/genetically altered spider bit him. It's just a natural gift fostered by his love for science and mathematics. This was highlighted a few times in Captain America: Civil War, like Peter fixing up old pieces of technology in his bedroom, developing the web fluid on his own and his observation about how Captain America's shield doesn't obey the laws of physics. Now that we're seeing Peter back in his natural setting, that intellect needs to be shown at work in high school. The trailer should have a moment where Peter answers a question in one of his science or math classes that none of the other students can. Something along these lines was shown in the San Diego Comic-Con footage, and while a moment like this may not seem important at first, it makes it clear to casual viewers how smart the kid is. Unfortunately, his love for knowledge will also lead to...

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