techno.rentetan.com – It’ll be out in cinemas next October, and it’ll be another web-slinging adventure! Spidey Into the Spider-Verse, which came out three years ago, completely upended the way people thought about superhero movies, both animated and live-action. A follow-up to the first film starring Miles Morales seemed inevitable, and Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse seems like it will be capitalizing on the character’s current momentum both from the film and last year’s outstanding video game.
Miles (Shameik Moore) is resting at home after rescuing the multiverse and becoming his world’s Spider-Man when Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) comes to visit. However, Spider-Man is unaffected by Miles’ confinement, and he can’t resist spending time with a buddy from another dimension whom he never expected to see again.
It’s logical that Miles would panic out like a costumed pinball now that he’s experiencing multiversal travel for the first time. The Spider-Man of 2099, Miguel O’Hara, attacks him just as he gets acclimated to the feeling of swinging across another realm (and in a distinct animation style reflecting the reality) (Oscar Isaac). As the film progresses, we see him making an explosive entry by attempting to grab Miles, who had just appeared in the credits of the previous film. Spidey’s not the only Spider-hero in town: Jessica Drew (Issa Rae), alias Spider-Woman, is also set to appear at some point in the two-part adventure.
Across the Spider-Verse has a lot going for it. Part Two of this narrative will be released in the near future. However, we must wait until October 7, 2022 for the release of Across the Spider-Verse (Part One).