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Your chance to pose with Spider-Man as he swings in to Stratford

12:54 25 March 2014

Fans can look forward to posing with Spider-Man ahead of the premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 starring  Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone Picture Courtesy of Columbia Pictures/So

Fans can look forward to posing with Spider-Man ahead of the premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone Picture Courtesy of Columbia Pictures/So

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Although the official release of Spider-Man 2 is still weeks away, die-hard fans of the web-slinging super hero can see him at Westfield Stratford City on Sunday.

Sony Pictures, Vue Cinemas and RealD 3D have teamed up to offer fans the chance to have their photos taken with him at a special photo booth at Vue Westfield,

Cinemagoers will have the opportunity to shake hands with Spider-Man, before posing with the web-slinger in front of a specially designed green screen. He will be there from 12 noon until 8pm.

You can take home the image as a free special memento of the day, and if you choose to share the image on social media you could win tickets to the World Premiere in London.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2, starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Jamie Foxx as shocking new villain Electro, will be landing in Vue cinemas on April 18.

Peter Taylor, Managing Director of Sony Pictures Entertainment said: “Spider-Man is one of the most iconic characters of all time and his costume is recognised the world over. We’re delighted to be partnering with Real D 3D and Vue Cinemas to give Marvel fans the opportunity to meet their hero in person and we look forward to welcoming one lucky fan to the World Premiere.”

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