'Spider-Man' Stuntman Climbs London Skyscrapers in Amazing Photos

'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Andrew Garfield’s Amazing Spider-Man never did make it to London with Gwen Stacy, but the Stark-made Spidey suit from Spider-Man: Homecoming has made its way to the city in some promotional stunt photos for Marvel’s upcoming film.

Chris Silcox, who serves as a stunt double for Spider-Man: Homecoming’s Tom Holland, brought one of the actual suits from the movie across the pond to scale some of London’s tallest buildings, specifically BT Tower and Heron Tower.

The stunt actor had the following to say about the experience:

“It’s been an honour to work on Spider-Man: Homecoming as Tom’s stunt double. I’m proud to bring the Spidey Suit into his hometown and showcase a little of what’s to come when the film is released in a few weeks. The views from London’s Heron and BT Towers are spectacular and rival those of New York!”

Check out some of the photos right here:

Silcox perched on the 29th level of the 190m-tall BT Tower.'Spider-Man: Homeconing'

The BT Tower was one of two buildings that Silcox perched on for photos.

Wilcox perched near the 46-floor of Heron Tower.'Spider-Man: Homecoming"

Perhaps the scariest selfie ever happened on the side of the Heron Tower.

Scaling the side of the Heron Tower.'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

It makes you wonder how he even got up there?

Even Spider-Man has to wait for the tube sometimes.'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

In addition to death-defying heights clinging to skyscrapers, Silcox also mingled with London citizens at the street level (and below it) as well, piquing curiosity as he did so.

Spidey rides the tube, perhaps because there aren't enough tall buildings in London?'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

But strangely enough, people aren’t as amazed as they should be by seeing the Amazing Spider-Man on the tube.

Now that seems a bit safer.'Spider-Man: Homecoming'

Spider-Man: Homecoming swings into theaters in the U.S. on July 7, 2017.

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