Spider-Man is to return to US cinema screens at the end of April with the premiere of the third movie at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York.
The first two Spider-Man films made $1.6bn (£810m) around the world
Spider-Man 3 will make its US debut on 30 April at the UA Kaufman Astoria cinema in Queens - the home borough of Spider-Man's alter ego Peter Parker.
A marching band will lead stars such as Tobey Maguire down a black carpet.
The world premiere takes place in Tokyo on 16 April and the film opens to the public around the globe from 1-4 May.
The US gala screening will be the climax of a series of eight premieres around the world, including one in London on 23 April.
New York will host a Spider-Man week in honour of the comic book character, including catch-up screenings, themed exhibitions and a Spider-Man rap contest.
Kirsten Dunst and Tobey Maguire are reunited in the new film
"Bringing exciting and new events to NYC and its community is one of the major goals of the festival," the event's co-founder Jane Rosenthal said.
"Hosting the US premiere in Queens and celebrating the release throughout the festival will give us the opportunity to reach out to a new community, as well as to the devoted fan-base of the Spider-Man series."
The festival, which runs from 26 April-7 May, was set up by Robert De Niro and Ms Rosenthal after the 11 September attacks to help revitalise lower Manhattan.