New footage from one of summer’s most anticipated blockbusters — “Spider-Man: Homecoming” – aired during the “MTV Movie & TV Awards” Sunday night and revealed just how difficult those teen years were for Peter Parker.
It’s a short clip, but we get a glimpse into Peter Parker’s personal life and the challenges of juggling life as Spider-Man and a normal teenager with friends. Here’s a hint: he’s really bad at it.
Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, and his co-star Zendaya introduced the clip, which shows Peter in his Spidey clothes, sneaking into his bedroom after what we can assume is a night out saving people. He crawls in through the bedroom window, onto the ceiling, then drops to the floor before realizing he’s not alone.
Jacob Batalon plays Ned, Parker’s best friend, who happens to be in the room when Parker comes in all decked out in his superhero get up. Needless to say, the fellow nerd takes it as well as you’d expect.
As he freaks out, he learns a few things about his friend. For one, Parker’s suit was made by Tony Stark. Secondly, he’s an Avenger… technically. These were all plot points from the previous major Marvel film, “Captain America: Civil War,” where we saw Holland’s debut as the iconic web-slinger.
At the end of the clip, there’s a brief exchange between Parker and Zendaya’s character, who is identified as a classmate named “Michelle.”
Watch the full clip above.