That would be a CG cop car being flipped by some unseen villain right at a hapless observer, only to be saved at the last minute by Spider-Man. If it seems familiar to you, that's because it's almost an exact remake of a scene from Spider-Man 2. It's as if the trailer wants us to know that this is less a "reboot" than it is elaborate CGI karaoke.
"No way! They led with the trunk, and we led with the top. Totally different."
Peter Parker Will Be Late for Shit
The real triumph of the original films had to be the writers' keen ability to suffocate all of the drama around one man's failure to show up on time, despite being able to literally swing over traffic. From the first film's bus chase to Parker mismanaging his time with Mary Jane, lateness accounted for nearly 70 percent of the movies' conflict, thus making it the least interesting supervillain ever.
"My cliche-sense is tingling ..."
The new trailer, which once again opens with Peter Parker apologizing to Gwen for his absence, assures us that, although we have watched three fucking movies devoted to a superhero bumbling dates worse than any Ben Stiller character, we're sure as shit going to endure even more of it. Because in a universe where a guy has the agility of a spider coupled with genius intellect, audiences really want to know how tardy all that great power makes him.