'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Spins New Web With Miles Morales

'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Spins New Web With Miles Morales

'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Spins New Web With Miles Morales

The highly anticipated revamp of the Spider-Man franchise with Miles Morales replacing the character Peter Parker was officially unveiled yesterday, as Phil Lord and Christopher Miller released the trailer for the animated project Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse.

There's also that stinger at the end - Morales sitting in a subway station, asking some mysterious shadow-y figure "Wait, so how many of us are there?" Marvel dedicated time and resources over the past 20 years to expanding its Spider-Man franchise beyond Peter Parker, with different men, women and even amusing animals suiting up to fight crime. With Spider-Man, it looks like all the pieces of the puzzle might finally fit together.

The inclusion of "Spiderverse" in the title may have tipped you off to one of the other big hooks for this movie: there's more than one Spider-Man.

Spider-Man: Homecoming now has an 86.07 ComicBook.com Composite score, the fourth highest ComicBook.com Composite score of any comic book movie.

Introduced in 2011 in Marvel comics by Brian Michael Bendis and Sara Pichelli, the young Spider-Man will headline Sony Pictures' 2018 animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Meanwhile, it seems that Tom Holland's Peter Parker may be getting a new love interest in the as-yet-untitled movie, as the site has also shared an audition tape featuring unknown French actress Louna Fournier reading for the part of Gwen Stacy. Shameik Moore voices him.

Lord penned the screenplay, which is based on a Marvel comic-book series. Bo Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman are directing from a screenplay by Lord. One where it pushes beyond what computer-animated movies is usually seen as both visually and storytelling-wise, and with a more serious tone than the typical family-friendly animated movie.

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