Spider-Man has jumped over the pond into Italy this December. On Twitter, a Brazilian-run Tom Holland fan account posted a picture of a banner found in Italy featuring Holland’s Spider-Man in a new pose. In the new image he’s squatting in the iconic Spider-Man pose, with one hand on the ground in front of him, the other held out in the familiar hand position that we’ve seen from every Spider-Man incarnation. His web-slingers are in full view, something we haven’t gotten enough of, with the Homecoming logo next to him. Underneath we can see the day that the movie will be released in Italy.
— Tom Holland Brasil (@tomhollandbr) November 28, 2016
The tweet says that they got the image from another fan account, this one being an Italian Spider-Man: Homecoming fan site. The tweet continues to say that the banner was put there for a special effects expo Marvel was presenting at. It doesn’t tell us which one, but we can deduce that it was probably the View Conference, the 17th International VFX & Computer Graphic Conference, in October in Turin, Italy. Victoria Alonso, the executive vice president of physical production for Marvel Studios, reportedly presented “The Marvel Method: A look inside Marvel Studios” at the event.
Spider-Man: Homecoming will hit theaters in the United States July 7th.