Earlier today, Sony Pictures debuted a photo of Tom Holland in his Spidey suit from Spider-Man: Homecoming, to get fans ready for the trailer debuting tonight, during Jimmy Kimmel Live. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige revealed that there will be an international trailer debuting today as well, which will feature all-new shots and lines of dialogue that weren't included in the domestic trailer. Now that you've seen the U.S. sneak peek video, feast your eyes on this action-packed international trailer which actually reveals Bokeem Woodbine as Shocker!

Kevin Feige explained that there will be enough new material in this international trailer that he, "thought it would be fun for people to see both." We also got a brief trailer preview yesterday, which gave us our first look at Tony Stark's driver/bodyguard Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau), who delivered a new Spidey suit to Peter Parker, which features wings. There had previously been rumors about Spidey's suit getting an upgrade from Tony Stark, after Peter fought valiantly alongside him in the Captain America: Civil War airport battle. But seeing Parker fly through the air with these webbed-wings was quite the surprise for most fans. As it turns out, this scene was almost set up at the very end of Captain America: Civil War.

We showed you some concept art from Captain America: Civil War last month, which featured a Spider-Man beacon Tony Stark gave Peter Parker that initially included a social media function. The concept art revealed a message from Tony Stark asking Peter to swing by Avengers Tower for some costume upgrades. That bit was apparently saved for Marvel and Sony Pictures' Spider-Man: Homecoming. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige teased earlier today that, with Tony Stark's upgraded suit, Spider-Man, "can do a lot more than he even realizes right now," adding that fans "begin to see just how much Tony Stark loves bells and whistles."

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The report from earlier today also revealed that Peter Parker is attending a high school for "gifted kids," with Tom Holland teasing that the movie is, "more a character piece about this kid who's struggling to talk to girls and also struggling to save the city." The movie begins with Peter Parker returning to his normal life in Queens, in his sophomore year of high school. This confirmation about Peter Parker being a high school sophomore may have confirmed earlier rumors, which claimed that Spider-Man: Homecoming will kick off a new trilogy, with each film representing a year of his high school career.

The supporting cast includes Zendaya playing a character named Michelle, while Tony Revolori is playing Flash Thompson, Jacob Batalon is playing Ned Leeds and Laura Harrier is playing Liz Allan. Jon Watts directs from a script by John Francis Daley and Jonathan M. Goldstein, with Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal producing. There have also been reports that Spider-Man spin-offs may be announced very soon, but no specifics about these mystery projects have been revealed quite yet. While we wait for more on this burgeoning Spidey universe, take a look at the international trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming below, along with the domestic version as well.