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Here's why Spider-man doesn't look like you thought he would in the new Captain America trailer

The Captain America: Civil War trailer looks exciting as hell, and brings with it our first look at the new incarnation of Spider-man, played by tiny 19-year-old Brit Tom Holland (not to be confused with tiny 48-year-old Brit Tom Hollander from Rev).

Something people have immediately noticed about the trailer is that this Spider-man looks a bit different to the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield versions. His costume is a bit less badass-looking and a bit more spandexy, but with something pretty interesting going on in the eye department. Let's do it piece by piece.



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