The ‘ New ‘Spider-Man’ Movie Posters Show Us The Beauty Of China

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The ‘ New ‘Spider-Man’ Movie Posters Show Us The Beauty Of China

In preparation to the Chinese premiere of Spider-Man: Homecoming next month, Marvel has published several promotional posters featuring the web-slinging hero along with famous landmarks around the nation. From getting in accord with the Terracotta Warriors Spider-Man has made his presence in China.

Even the #Spiderman reboot has been well received when it opened in the U.S. earlier this summer, but it’s yet to hit on China, among the world’s largest markets. If these thoughtful posters are any sign, Marvel is looking to increase the achievement in the Middle Kingdom of Spidey.

You can check out Spider-Man, or, 蜘蛛侠 (Zhi Zhu Xia) from Mandarin, enjoying his Chinese experience under, starting with his trip to the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

Nothing like a raft ride the Taohua River in Guilin down . Discovered that the Elephant Trunk Hill was behind him.

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

Never you just hang the took in Wuhan’s Yellow Crane Tower while obtaining a test prep performed:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

Think about a horse journey to get the blood flowing and revel in the wonder of Yunnan province:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

Its on to Shanghai to get in a Spidey-selfie with all the Oriental Pearl Tower, next:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

According to Spidey carrying a little down time over the Great Wall of China, superheroes get exhausted while traveling:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

Time to drop in line with the first Emperor of China Terracotta Army in Shaanxi province:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

After a very long day of web-slinging around China, why not catch the Yangtze River Ropeway in Chongqing and revel in the scene:

[Credit: Sony Pictures]
[Credit: Sony Pictures]

What’s your favorite movie poster from the advertising in China? Comment down under!