Some of the posters for Spider-Man: Homecoming have been less than spectacular, but a new one released in anticipation of the film’s Japanese debut is certainly sensational.
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The poster — which was created by One-Punch Man illustrator Yusuke Murata and released through the movie’s official Japanese Twitter account — features Spider-Man and Vulture brawling, with Iron Man flying underneath them. The stylized designs are true to the characters’ appearances in the film while reflecting Murata’s signature style.
大のスパイダーマンファンで『アイシールド２１』『ワンパンマン』の漫画家・村田雄介先生 @NEBU_KURO の原画イラストが到着???? #スパイダーマン と宿敵 #バルチャー、飛び込む #アイアンマン の空中戦に目が釘付け❢???? pic.twitter.com/ZLywnCPySI
— 映画『スパイダーマン』公式 (@SpidermanfilmJP) August 4, 2017
Spider-Man: Homecoming will open in Japan on August 11. The film has grossed over $670 million worldwide, and is quickly approaching the $300 million-mark domestically. Although the movie has already earned more money than Marc Webb’s Amazing Spider-Man series domestically, it still lags behind them internationally. In comparison, the The Amazing Spider-Man 2 took in $709 million and The Amazing Spider-Man made $757.9 million in total. Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s Japanese release should help it catch up to those movies and carry it past $700 million dollars worldwide.
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In theaters now, director Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Homecoming stars Tom Holland as Spider-Man and Michael Keaton as Vulture, in addition to Zendaya, Donald Glover, Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, Tyne Daly, Bokeem Woodbine, Marisa Tomei and Robert Downey Jr.