Spider-Man: Far From Home’s First Poster Spotted In A Brand Licensing Expo

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October 10, 2018  07:21 PM

Spider-Man: Far From Home might be more than half a year away from its premiere date next year, but it looks like Marvel might be getting ready to work on the film’s marketing campaign as early as now.

The Brand Licensing Europe 2018 is in full swing out in London and it looks like a teaser poster for the Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel has been spotted at the event. Instagram user Dirtees just recently posted a series of images taken from the Brand Licensing Europe 2018 expo’s floor in London, United Kingdom. Marvel fans perusing the set couldn’t help but notice a promotional image for Far From Home in the fourth photo in the post.

You can check out the photo down here:

Repurposing what seems to be an image taken from Homecoming, the new poster slaps on Far From Home’s title and logo so that the picture can serve as an early promotional image for the upcoming Spider-Man movie.

It might seem a bit disappointing to fans, but Sony and Marvel can use the same images of Tom Holland’s Spidey in Homecoming for Far Frome Home because while Peter gets a new suit in Avengers: Infinity War, he’s expected to wear the same supersuit from his first standalone movie in this movie. Holland did admit that he’d be wearing the Homecoming suit in Far From Home a few months before – so this really shouldn’t come as a surprise.

Sure the photo might not say much, but we’re certainly hoping to see more posters and images from Marvel with Far From Home’s promotional campaign on the way.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is set to release on July 05, 2019.

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