I absolutely can’t stand teaser trailers (or ‘Sneak Peeks,’ or whatever the hell some marketing department chooses to call them). They’re like regular trailers, except they give you even less information, which virtually by definition makes them very, very frustrating.
The latest teaser from Spider-Man: Homecoming is no different in that we see Spider-Man clinging to the side of the Washington Monument, when there’s a flyby of an object (which I originally assumed was the Vulture but seeing it was way too small makes it likely that what quickly crossed the screen was a bit of StarkTech (perhaps some sort of drone that Spidey could control).
Other than that, nothing.
Justice League did the same thing just last week (and if was pretty irritating then, too).
Here’s to this irritating trend quickly.