After months of rumors, the just-released first teaser trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming has given us not one but two distinct looks at what appear to be some version of the supervillain known as The Shocker.
While Michael Keaton's The Vulture is clearly the big bad of the film, Spidey will apparently butt heads with The Shocker, an tech-powered character who can create seismic disruptions with a pair of gauntlets he created. Expect him to provide some firepower to the flying mastermind.
In the international trailer, we get a look at a man wearing gauntlets that look a lot like Shocker's, with yellow sleeves. He looks like he very well could be Bokeem Woodbine, who has long been rumored for the role.
There's another shot, in which a man is using some kind of high-tech electrical device while wearing a letterman-style jacket that also mimics The Shocker's color scheme. It isn't clear whether both of them are Shockers (maybe as a gang?), or only one of them and the other is an imitator, or something else.
Both The Shocker and The Vulture are villains who will be making their feature film debuts, although both characters were considered as potential antagonists during Marc Webb's unfinished The Amazing Spider-Man trilogy.
More Spider-Man: Homecoming: New Image Revealed / Homecoming Footage Set During Civil War? / SPIDER-MAN HAS WINGS! / Spider-Man: Homecoming - Jacob Batalon Reveals Role / Will Liz Allen Be Peter Parker's Love Interest/ Why Spider-Man Can Beat Batman / Michael Keaton's Vulture Costume Analyzed
Spider-Man: Homecoming hits theaters July 7, 2017. Robert Downey, Jr. reprises his role as Tony Stark/Iron Man, Marissa Tomei returns as Peter's Aunt May, and Zendaya leads a cast of younger actors playing Peter's various classmates.