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In a movie trailer for the new Spider-Man movie coming out soon, they played certain key scenes and showed Spider-Man kicking butt, but the thing that got me is when he landed on a metal crossbeam outside on a construction site with one arm extended out - and with Captain America's shield in his hand.

Tell me, why did I see this?

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    Because your eyes were pointed at the screen. – Steve-O Jun 30 '17 at 2:27
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    i just watched all 6 trailers that I know of, and I don't see a scene like that. What you're describing sounds like it's from Civil War -- there are fan-made "trailers" splicing together the Spidery Cam footage from the international trailers with the matching Civil War scenes. Could that be what you saw? – KutuluMike Jun 30 '17 at 2:28
  • Nope, nothing to do with that film, this is a new spider man coming out, because im from Australia, I watched it last night, no knowing what time it would be for you but I know I saw spider man holding captian america's shield. I never saw that trailer before and I believe it was the first time the trailer showed and it said in cinemas ..., so from that, I know it isn't already from a current and already out movie. – natural Jun 30 '17 at 2:33
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    I think you're missing the point: the Spider-Man international trailers include footage of the Civil War movie in them, because that's where Peter's story starts out. – KutuluMike Jun 30 '17 at 10:13
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Spider-Man: Homecoming is following the Captain America: Civil War.

I've seen the same trailer - and the clip with Spidey holding Cap's shield seems to be lifted straight from the CA:CW movie during the airport fight.

Later in the trailer (or in another trailer), Peter is boasting to his friend about meeting Iron Man and the Avengers, and how he stole Captain America's shield from him.

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You're probably describing Captain America: Civil War scene.

Spider-Man was in the movie and fought (Kinda) Captain America.

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Probably part of the scene was in one of the trailers (Official or fan made, I don't know)

  • As to the question of why this was shown in the trailer: To communicate to the viewer that the upcoming Spiderman movie is built on the Spiderman we saw in the Civil War movie. – Flater Jun 30 '17 at 8:44

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