Last night was the night that the trailer for next summer's Spider-Man: Homecoming debuted, and we got a double dose of Spidey with both a domestic trailer and an international trailer with differences so minuscule, you'll spend half your day wondering why you watched them both!
Above you'll find the domestic trailer which debuted—like so many other Disney properties—on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night. It's a decent trailer, showing off RDJ doing his RDJ thing and Keaton menacing around threatening to kill everyone Peter loves. The final thirty seconds or so of both trailers play out identically as you'll see from watching this...
The international trailer above is cut to what sounds like a composer's attempt to recreate Kanye's "Black Skinhead" and it opens with five seconds of footage from Civil War in case you forgot who the new Spider-Man was and were foolishly expecting Andrew Garfield to show up.
However, there is an interesting bit of exposition in the international trailer that's not in the domestic one, and it has to do with Michael Keaton's Adrian Toomes. Over a shot of Bokeem Woodbine's Shocker testing out a weapon we hear Toomes say, "The world's changing, boys," before we cut to a shot of his face and he continues, "Time we change too," exploding into a shot of him in his Vulture costume. It's a pretty great bit that gives this trailer the slight edge over Jimmy Kimmel's exclusive trailer up there.
Like I said, both conclude in more or less the same way, including a shot of Tony Stark, in his Iron Man gear, flying alongside Spider-Man which more or less confirms what we already knew... That the two team up at some point. So, woo-hoo I guess.