Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse Star Shameik Moore teases that an “insane” sequel is coming the way for fans. In no uncertain terms, Moore posted a message on Twitter conveying the following concise but resonant claim: “Across The Spiderverse is INSANE 🙌🏾”. Given the premise of the upcoming Oscar-winning sequel Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse animated movie, that’s a pretty big statement from Moore. could Through the Spider-Verse (Part One) end up being a more mind-bending adventure through the Marvel Multiverse than even Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness?
But hey: why choose when you can celebrate a year where we get BOTH!
Across The Spiderverse is INSANE 🙌🏾
— Shameik Moore (@shameikmoore) March 11, 2022
The first trailer for Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse threw down the gauntlet in a big way. We picked up with Miles Morales (voiced by Moore) in a mirror scene of the first movie’s epilogue scene, where Spider-Gwen (Hailee Steinfeld) once again reaches out to Miles Morales through the Spider-Verse. From there, Miles Morales/Spider-Man was seen dragged through the void between worlds of the Spider-Man multiverse, crashing through different dimensions in a fist-fighting battle with his own Spider-Man 2099 variant ( Oscar Isaac).
Marvel Fans Have Already Chose The First Through the Spider-Verse teaser and found all sorts of clues about just how “crazy” the movie will be. Spider-Man India, Spider-Gwen and Spider-Man 2099 are already in the mix, with hints that we could see an entire Spider-Verse army like in the comic book storyline, which could include everyone from Superior. Spider-Man and Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew), to an animated version of the 1970s Japanese Spider-Man TV series. Even Spider-Man: HomecomingThe big Spider-Men trio (Tom Holland, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire) are teased as possibilities – such a lineup of characters would indeed be called “crazy”. Along with the big cameos, there’s also the already clear visual spectacle that intensifies for the sequel, with some very different animation styles already apparent in the trailer footage.
Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse Directors Chris Miller and Phil Lord also teased the major “event” movie genre for Spider-Man fans:
“It’s…a very ambitious sequel because we didn’t just want to do the same thing over again,” Miller said. Collider. “So the idea that we would go to different dimensions really opened up an artistic opportunity, for each world to have its own art style and to be able to push the folks at Imageworks to develop a way to make each dimension have it. the print. was drawn by the hand of a different artist. And to see the development of this stuff is breathtaking. That’s the reason we keep doing it because it’s so difficult to do things well.
Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse (Part One) hits theaters on October 7.