After millions of fans were left thrilled and gratified with the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man: Far From Home gives fans the satisfaction of seeing the Marvel cinematic universe post-Avengers from the point of view of Peter Parker as he takes on greater responsibilities.
To further heighten the anticipation for the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home, SM Cinema treated Spider-Man fans to a fun-filled weekend with the Ultimate Spidey Fan Event at SM Mall of Asia Atrium from June 28 to July 3.
The Ultimate Spidey Fan Event turns the SM Mall of Asia Atrium into every Spider-man fan’s dream with plucked-out-of-the-movie elements that fuel excitement for the fans.
“ We always give our moviegoers a different movie experience. We want to bring the reel into real life with activities that complete and complement what they see in the movies,” saidRuby Ann O. Reyes, SM Cinema Vice President for Corporate Marketing.
With activity stations where fans can score special prizes, upside-down rooms for IG-worthy photos, a Play Station booth where Spider-man on PS4 can be played for free and a Spider-man memorabilia exhibit, SM Cinema brings the Spider-man straight from the Marvel cinematic universe into real life.
Fans also feasted their eyes on a special Spider-Man art piece unveiled at the event by steampunk artist Ram Mallari, who has earned a reputation as a great innovator in the field of “reclaimed sculpture” with his retro-futuristic works with intricate metalwork techniques. He has already received international acclaim, like being invited to be a guest artist and lecturer at the art workshop of the Singapore Science Museum.
Cosplayers from the Spider-Man groups Web Pinas, Spiderverse PH, Pinoy Spider-man Collectors, and Option A Lego Group also participated in the event to show their excitement and support for the classic Marvel superhero as the next chapter of his story unfolds.
Catch Spider-Man: Far From Home in any of SM Cinema’s Director’s Club Cinema and IMAX theatres nation nationwide.
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