The sequel to the animated film Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse has officially a release date through social media. The first part of the film gained a lot of recognition and awards.
On Twitter, the official account for the film posted a video announcing the release date in the caption, “April 8, 2020.”
The account also teased their fans by hinting at the announcement. They wrote on Twitter, “Something’s up. Our Spidey sense is tingling.”
The producer of the film Amy Pascal also confirmed to i09 back in June that they were making a second part of the animated film. She said, “We are definitely hard at work on the sequel. You can expect another movie.”
The first part of the film voice starred Shameik Moore as teenager Miles Morales. After the death of the ‘original’ Peter Parker, Morales takes on the role of Spider-Man. Furthermore, he joins up with other ‘Spider’ people from parallel universes stop Kingpin, voiced by Liev Schreiber.
The cast also included Hailee Steinfeld, Jake Johnson, Mahershala Ali and Brian Tyree Henry.
Sony has also announced that they will be creating a new Spider-Man spin-off movie to keep the franchise alive amid a battle with Disney. They will be making a Madame Web film based on the comic books. The name of the character is Cassandra Webb. Her story intertwined with Spider-Man when he rescued her student.
According to Marvel, she has a rare neuromuscular condition that hinders her movement. She has also been blind her entire life. She is constantly attached to an apparatus that helps her move.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature.
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