Spiderman: Miles Morales
The breath-taking, action-packed narrative of Miles Morales, a 15-year-old New Yorker who is still in shock following his experiences in the multiverse in 2018’s Into The Spider-Verse, continues in Across the Spider-Verse.
Without a doubt, he continues to fight crime in New York as any good old-fashioned Spider-Man would. However, it’s challenging to focus when you are certain that there are countless Spider-Men out there who you will almost certainly never see again.
That is, until Gwen Stacy, a.k.a. Spider-Gwen, reappears in his realm to vanquish The Spot, a villain. Soon after, the two embark on yet another journey around the multiverse, despite the fact that Miles wasn’t exactly invited.
A sizable group of brand-new Spider-Men, Spider-Women, Spider-Horses, and Spider-Cars from many universes are featured in the movie and promise to provide fans with an unparalleled spectacle.
A Must-See Film!
In addition, producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller assured that we’ll surely see Miles Morales and the gang one more time in an upcoming third movie, completing their Spider-Verse trilogy, as if the possibility of all of that wasn’t exciting enough.
“This film is the middle of a trilogy and the final film is the third film,” said Chris.
Phil then joked: “I would say that we have a plan more than we’ve ever had.”
“That is true,” Chris confessed.
“We normally are kind of winging it along the way, giving ourselves problem, painting ourselves in a corner, trying to find our way out. But this time, we actually know where going.”
Across The Spider-Verse promises to leave audiences on the edge of their seats with a significant cliffhanger, so it’s a good thing too.
The Lego Movies, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, and the enduring Jump Street movies are just a few of the hugely popular franchises that Chris and Phil have produced to date.
So, it truly says something when they claim this is the most thinking they’ve put into a film series thus far.
“We try to stay abreast of what one another are doing but we like to think that a rising tide lifts all boats,” said Phil of the two Spider-Man two series.
“We just try to make the most surprising thing that we can and just stay in communication so that we don’t do the same thing.
“We just try to stay collaborative and, you know, we can write our way out of anything.”
On June 2, Across the Spider-Verse opens in theaters. And believe us when we say you must see this.