If you were a fan of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse when it came out in 2018, Sony is giving you two sequels. New information about the Spider-verse films has been confirmed thanks to Sony’s presentation at CinemaCon, which took place in recent weeks. The sequels are being made at the same time. The most interesting thing is that the titles of the Spider-Verse sequels have been changed.
It was originally called Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part I and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part II. Now, the films have been changed, with the second film simply being called Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse and the third film being called Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.
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Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Release Date
In recent news, the studio revealed that it will delay the release of the animated film from filmmakers Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, and Justin K. Thompson Postpone from October 7 to June 2, 2023. The release date for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part II, the film’s sequel, is set for March 29, 2024.
Across the Spider-Verse will follow Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), the hero of last year’s Best Animated Feature Oscar winner Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as he teams up with Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Isaac), “Spider-Man 2099,” and Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld) to take on a strong super-villain.
New Update: The sequel’s title (officially the third episode in the animated Marvel series) has also been released by the Culver City, CA studio: Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.
A shift in the multi-verse.
— Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse (@SpiderVerse) April 21, 2022
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Phil Lord, Chris Miller, Amy Pascal, Avi Arad, and Christina Steinberg are returning as producers, with Alonzo Ruvalcaba co-producing. Along with David Callaham, Lord and Miller will be acknowledged as co-writers of the picture. Peter Ramsey, who directed Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, will serve as an executive producer alongside Aditya Sood.
Before presenting the raw material, which was a combination of faulty CGI, processed footage, and drawings, Lord and Miller took the stage and grinned.“We don’t have a sizzle reel. Here’s a secret. Please don’t tell Tom (Rothman) this. Just say Whoo!” That became a bit. “We were too busy making the movie.”
“We told him it would be the same size as the last one but we couldn’t do it. It’s the largest crew for an animated movie ever. This movie has 1,000 people working on it. Don’t tell Tom. The number of characters. This movie has 240 characters. Please don’t tell Tom. It takes place in six universes. That’s why we couldn’t do the sizzle reel.”
To clarify, amidst the universe-hopping there are 240 unique characters that had to be designed and modeled but they’re mostly minor or background characters. The scale is grand, but the story is personal & centers on Miles and his family, along w/ Gwen and a handful of others https://t.co/4SwspYK8s5
— Christopher Miller (@chrizmillr) April 29, 2022
“We could, however, show you the first 15 minutes of the film.” However, you must swear not to tell Tom.” The audience joined in, yelling, “We won’t tell Tom!”
How Spider-Verse 2 Can Fix Venom 3’s Villain Problem?
Now that it’s been confirmed that the Sony Spider-Man Reality is a separate universe from the MCU, Venom 3 has a villain problem, but Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse may be able to assist. Despite Morbius’ critical and commercial failures, Sony continues to press on with the Spider-Man universe, and Venom 3 has already been officially revealed. While Sony’s villain films are linked to the MCU world, repurposing a villain from a prior Spider-Man/MCU film may easily undercut and detract from Sony’s universe-building efforts.
With multiverse travel becoming more regular, Venom 3 has more potential to be physically and narratively distinct from the previous Venom films—and just as boundary-pushing as Spider-Verse 2 is shaping up to be. It would also avoid the problem of the Venom films duplicating the same Spider-Man adversaries, and it would be unrestricted in terms of who it could depict without causing difficulties or parallels. In the context of animation, adopting multiple visual styles, such as anime or black-and-white noir, is easier. Despite this, given the Venom films’ visual effects-heavy nature, opposing styles may work in live-action and help Venom 3 distinguish out from both the previous Venom films and other live-action Spider-Man/MCU films.
Sony’s Spider-Man Universe hasn’t had the same amount of success as the MCU outside of the MCU Spider-Man movies. Trying to ride on the MCU’s coattails with limited affiliation, known faces, and shoehorned multiverse cameos (like Michael Keaton’s uninspiring Vulture appearance in Morbius) isn’t a wise long-term creative or commercial strategy. Venom 3 might benefit from a focus on Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse rather than the MCU, which would solve Venom’s villain dilemma.
Earth-65, the home universe of Spider-Gwen, is the first one to be confirmed. This is the first universe to be confirmed. Sony gave people who went to CinemaCon a preview of this universe at the show, and it looks like it will be a part of a very personal story.
The clip showed Spider-Gwen putting on her costume after a strange Vulture variant attacked her city. Spider-Man 2099 quickly came to her aid, telling her that the fabric of the multiverse has been damaged by the events of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Spider-Gwen was unmasked to her father, a police chief who was looking for Spider-Gwen. This led to what sounds like a heartbreaking scene in which he decides to try to arrest her no matter what. The personal stakes are clear, which means that this universe will be revisited again soon.
Miles Morales’ Universe
It’s always been a good idea. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse would go back to Earth-1610 because its star is that universe’s Spider-Man, Miles Morales. The trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse showed that Miles, too, is struggling under the weight of a secret identity.
His parents think he’s hiding something from them, but they don’t know what it is. Miles’ story and Spider-story Gwen’s have a lot in common because both of their fathers are cops, which makes them both interesting stories. These similarities should make for an interesting story, as Miles tries to balance his private life and his job as Spider-Man.
Spider-man: Across The Spider-verse First Look official Trailer