Spider-Man is about to swing back into action.
Marvel is rebooting this franchise for the 57th time (number is approximate), with Tom Holland this time taking over the famous role previously played by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield.
Why is yet another Spider-Man movie being made, following the generally disappointing version that featured Garfield in the main role and which only came out a couple years ago?
No one is really sure.
But the difference between this Spider-Man movie and past Spider-Man movies is made clear by the following preview.
This time around, Peter Parker interacts directly with Tony Stark.
Oh, yes, Iron Man himself plays a role in the film, serving as a mentor to young Peter and advising him to be careful as a superhero.
There's also Michael Keaton as the main villain, along with some funny banter between Peter and his friend in high school.
"Don't mess with me," Keaton's Vulture warns at one point. "Because I will kill you and everybody you love."
The movie actually looks perfectly solid and entertaining.
It's just hard not to have Spider-Man fatigue at this point.
Watch below and prepare for Spider-Man: Homecoming to hit theaters on July 7, 2017.