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The battle lines are drawn for Captain America: Civil War. And those lines are sticky.

Of course May 6 seems so far away, but the marketing blitz is in full swing, and now we have our first look at Tom Holland as Spider-Man, or “Underoos” as apparent teammate Tony Stark calls him when he summons him into battle in the new trailer.

As much as I’m suffering from Spidey sequel fatigue, I have to admit I’m pretty excited to see this young, new take on the web-slinger — and how he fits into the high-powered conflict that’s been stewing across these many Marvel movies. Working it out with Sony to allow Spider-Man his proper place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe means Civil War might play out to its full blockbuster potential.

Before today’s “web” reveal, we got a glimpse of some of the known elements in new “Divided We Fall” character posters featuring Stark, Romanoff, T’Challa, Vision and Rhodey:

As well, there were some broodingly dark portraits celebrating (mourning?) the bygone anti-bromance of Stark and Steve Rogers:

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