When Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse which hit theaters three years ago, shattered expectations of what superhero movies could be, both action and animated. Tracking up Miles Morales‘Debut on the big screen has always been a big deal after the success of the first film, and Spider-Man: Via Spider-Verse it looks like it will catapult the recent momentum of the character from both the film and the film last year’s great match in some interesting ways.
After successfully saving the multiverse and becoming the Spider-Man of his world, Miles (Shameik Moore) relaxes at home when he is visited by Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) who wants to hang out. While Miles was punished, Spider-Man severely no, and he cannot miss the opportunity to hang out with a friend from another universe he never thought he would see again.
Now that he is experiencing a multiverse journey for the first time, it is understandable that Miles would go crazy like a costumed pinball machine. But just as he gets used to the feeling of rocking through another universe (and in a different style of animation that matches reality), he is attacked by Spider: Miguel O’Hara, Spider-Man from 2099 (Oscar Isaac). After appearing at the peak of the last film, he made a rather explosive entry here trying to argue with Miles as they rolled from reality to reality. We know he won’t be the only Spider-Hero nearby: Spider-Woman, aka Jessica Drew (Issa Rae) is expected to appear at some point during the two-part adventure.
Oh, that’s another big thing Via Spider-Verse. That’s the first half of the bigger story, and Second part will arrive in the near future. But first we have to get it Via Spider-Verse (part one), and that will be on October 7, 2022.
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