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There is a lot going on in the new poster for the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming — maybe too much.
The latest promotional material for the highly anticipated Sony/Marvel Studios film features a lot of characters, including Iron Man and Tony Stark. Yeah, both. Happy Hogan is in there, too.
Of course, there is also Peter Parker and Spider-Man, but some have pointed out the poster makes it seem like the flick, due out July 7, is an Iron Man film featuring Spider-Man.
In reality, the film is the first stand-alone for the Tom Holland incarnation of the web-slinger, after he was introduced to audiences in 2016’s Captain America: Civil War.
And because it’s the internet, along with the critiques, there were some alterations to the poster. See the original (up first) and some of the changes below:
Iron Man 8 poster promises big supporting role for Spider-Man… pic.twitter.com/Jfe1gN6LGD
— David S. (@AE_DavidS) May 24, 2017
I’ll be honest: I tried to improve the very busy SPIDER-MAN HOMECOMING poster, and I no longer know where the original ends and mine begins pic.twitter.com/Sazywe9gwh
— Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) May 24, 2017
“make sure u get the Washington Monument in there too; the kids will want to know” pic.twitter.com/bns3n9wnpG
— ANTHONY OLIVEIRA (@meakoopa) May 24, 2017
Why does Jon Favreau look like he’s 75 in the Spider-Man: Homecoming poster? pic.twitter.com/FKJdhY8QCZ
— Collin Taylor (@CaveFilm) May 24, 2017
That Spider-Man poster still isn’t close to being the worst superhero movie poster ever pic.twitter.com/KWiFaPfYlV
— Ben Skipper (@bskipper27) May 24, 2017
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