Across the Spider-Verse: The Epic Animated Adventure You Can't Miss!

The sequel to the critically acclaimed hit "Spider-Man: New World" is set to captivate audiences once again with its innovative approach to the beloved superhero.

by Faruk Imamovic
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Across the Spider-Verse: The Epic Animated Adventure You Can't Miss!

The sequel to the critically acclaimed hit "Spider-Man: New World" is set to captivate audiences once again with its innovative approach to the beloved superhero. With its release on June 1st, "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" promises an unprecedented adventure filled with diverse animation styles that showcase various universes in the Spider Multiverse.

Award-Winning Legacy

The first installment of the animated film was a massive success, winning both the Oscar and Golden Globe for the best-animated film. This recognition from Hollywood actors, film critics, animators, and cartoonists solidified the film's standing as an ambitious and groundbreaking animation project.

Trailer Teases a Rich Spider-World

The first trailer for the sequel offers a glimpse into Miles Morales' exciting journey in a rich Spider-world. The trailer showcases various intriguing versions of the superhero in beautiful animation styles.

The film follows Miles as he reunites with Gwen Stacy and joins a team of Spider-Men tasked with protecting the Multiverse. However, when the heroes face a new threat, Miles finds himself at odds with other Spider-heroes and must rediscover what it means to be a hero.

A Dream Team Behind the Scenes

The continuation of the animated version of the popular superhero is directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, and Justin K. Thompson, who bring their extensive experience in animation to the project.

Screenwriters Phil Lord and Christopher Miller have collaborated with David Callaham, and the voices of Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy are brought to life by Shameik Moore and Hailee Steinfeld.

Collaboration with Iconic Artists

The film's creators worked with renowned artists such as Rick Leonardi, Kris Anka, Sanford Greene, and Brian Stelfreeze to provide fresh character designs and translate their art styles from the page to the screen.

According to Justin K. Thompson, "Having people like Rick Leonardi with his specific look come help us and then developing a tool that can interpret the lighting dynamic as if he was drawing and translating it to 3D is just awesome." With over 1,000 animators working on both films, "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse" and its final installment of the trilogy broke previous film production records. Get ready for an unforgettable Spider-Man adventure this summer!

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