Spider-Man: Homecoming Reveals Two New Posters
This summer, Spider-Man will be coming to the big screens again in his first solo film as he gets integrated into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. To tease us of the web-slinger’s arrival, we got two posters from the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures debuted their first official teaser poster for Spider-Man: Homecoming, showing Tom Holland’s famous web-slinger taking a break from fighting crime, being an Avenger-in-training, and his homework. The poster seems simple enough showing us Peter Parker lying down, listening to music, while we see the New York skyline. We do see the Avengers tower from a distance. Seeing that Spider-Man got to team up with the Avengers, we’ll probably see the fallout from that and how the young teen will take on his responsibilities as a superhero.
Following the release of the first teaser poster, an international poster was revealed shortly after. In this poster, we see the web-crawler hanging at the Avengers tower with New York in the background. Seeing both the Empire State Building and the Freedom Tower in the back shows just how much of New York City will be part of the film. Hopefully, these two posters are leading to a new trailer for the film coming soon. Perhaps we can expect to see one when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 comes out in May.
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