Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse just got a new trailer, ahead of its release on June 2. Sony Pictures and Marvel dropped the trailer for the second chapter in Miles Morales’ animated arc, ensnaring him in a web of new Spidey-themed enemies from across multiple dimensions. The new footage also offers an extensive look at the hot-headed vigilante Spider-Man 2099/ Miguel O’Hara, played by Oscar Isaac, who is willing to take dicey risks to achieve the end result. The film will feature six major art styles, so entering each new dimension gives off a unique vibe. The first film, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature Film in 2019, opening the gates for big-budget Hollywood studios to mess around with wacky new art styles and frame-rates, instead of sticking to Pixar-like CGI animation. Here get the details about Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Movie News and Updates.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Movie News Trailer
A new trailer for Sony’s “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” has web-slinged its way online. In the animated sequel, Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) work to save every Spider-Man, Spider-Woman and Spider-Person in the multiverse. Together with a new crew, Miles must stop a mysterious new villain, who happens to be planning a disaster that could disrupt each universe. In the trailer, he is told, “Being a Spider-Man is a sacrifice.”
Alongside Moore and Steinfeld, the cast includes Oscar Isaac as Spider-Man 2099, Jake Johnson as Peter B. Parker from the first movie, Issa Rae as Spider-Woman, Daniel Kaluuya as Spider-Punk, Jason Schwartzman as the Spot, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Vélez, Greta Lee, Rachel Dratch, Jorma Taccone and Shea Whigham.
The nearly three-minute trailer begins with Miles Morales/Spider-Man’s encounter with the multiverse traversing The Spot. It also sees Gwen Stacy introducing Miles to a whole host of new Spider-people at a building that gives off a Citadel of Ricks vibe.
We also get a prolonged look at Oscar Isaac’s Miguel O’Hara/Spider-Man 2099, who challenges Miles’ sense of morality and ethics. And with the seemingly infinite number of Spider-people, the filmmakers couldn’t resist dropping in the Spider-Man pointing meme.