Spider-Man Homecoming

Premier's stunt team spectacularly unleashed the new Spider-Man in London to create maximum impact around the new film Spider-Man Homecoming for Sony Pictures. Given just half a day access to Chris Silcox, stunt double for Tom Holland in the new film, wearing the actual suit used for filming, Premier reached new heights with a stunt not for the faint of heart.

Securing partnerships with the BT Tower and SUSHISAMBA, on the 39th floor of the Heron Tower, Premier created some epic set-ups from which Spidey could hang, resulting in incredibly iconic and unique press shots. Without the aid of harnesses and Photoshop a no-go, platforms had to be created in order to enhance the effect that the superhero was dangling from perilous heights above the stunning London skyline.

The images were syndicated to press during a very challenging and unpredictable news period, but still managed to cut through the crowded market and secure a three-picture print spread in the Evening Standard and prominent picture stories on the Metro, Telegraph, Evening Standard online, Inverse, Culture Trip, Event Magazine, The Drum and BT.com.