Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse producers discuss the sequel’s mind-boggling art styles, which will be different in every Spidey dimension.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse producers have teased that fans should be ready for whatever “mind blow” new art in the upcoming two-part sequel. The last few years for Spider-Man in the media have been some of the best yet for the character. Over the past five years, the MCU has Spider Man trilogy, with Tom Holland’s Peter Parker coming face to face with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire’s respective versions of the web pendulum. In the world of video games, Spider Man PS4 and Spider-Man: Miles Morales became instant hits, with a sequel already on the way. Then there’s the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Versee, a groundbreaking animated adventure that brought Miles Morales to the big screen.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseNot only was it Miles’ big introduction to theater audiences, but the film also served as a means to help establish Marvel’s much-loved Spider-Verse concept. As Miles becomes the next web garland in this world, he also shared the screen with other Spider-People in the multiverse. The film’s huge success prompted Sony to further develop the new franchise, including plans for a spider woman spin-off project. The plans for the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse the sequel got so big that Sony ended up splitting it into two parts, featuring Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse †Part 1) in cinemas this fall.
Although Sony keeps most of the details secret, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse producers and writers, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, have teased some details about the highly anticipated sequel. In a new interview with Discuss moviethe duo were asked if they could reveal anything about About the Spider-Verse part 1, and what fans can expect to see. While Lord cryptically said: “the unexpected,” Miller got a little more specific, sharing the following:
“Yeah, I think you know, every dimension we visit is in a different art style and that’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before. It’s really mind-boggling and stunning.”
One of the things that made the Oscar winner Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse the iconic masterpiece it became was the new animation style. As animated films have evolved over the decades, the creative team found a unique animation style that made the film stand out. Since the story featured several Spider-heroes from across the multiverse, it justified why each Earth and character had their own special appearance. To hear that this will also be the case for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse helps build hype for the two-part story. This will be especially relevant to someone like Spider-Man 2099, given the character’s futuristic setting, as the audience is in the first Spider-Verse installment.
There is still so much unknown about Spider-Man: About the Spider-Verse, and there’s been much speculation about who else might appear in the sequel. So far, it has been confirmed that the returning core characters will be joined by Spider-Woman and Takuya Yamashiro respectively. Beyond that, it’s unclear what other Spider lookalikes will make it into the story. However, since Lord and Miller are hyped every dimension to do something “astonishing and astonishing”, it is reasonable to assume that Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse may have some surprising and unexpected additions from Spider-Verse lore beyond just the art style.
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