Already Through the Spider-Verse Many more Spider-Man coming to the movies! That’s what the producers behind the Spider-Man movies have revealed, who are suddenly surprisingly candid about their plans for the future.
After five years of waiting Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Finally in theaters. Everything indicates that the colorful animated film was worth the wait, as the first reviews are enthusiastic. The Marvel movie has a great score on Rotten Tomatoes 95 percent, after 96 revisions. A score that the recent production of Marvel Studios cannot match.
More Spider-Man, everywhere
Plus, Spidey fans will have a good time anyway. Sony Pictures has ambitious plans for the iconic superhero. The studio partnered with Amazon, resulting in a host of new live-action series for Prime Video. Spiderman Noir in Silk: The Spider Society– Full-blown live-action series with a version of Spider-Man coming to the streaming service sometime in the next few years.
Also on the big screen, things do not stand still around the superhero. Marvel Studios boss Kevin Feige recently reassured fans: yes, there will be a fourth Spider-Man movie. He doesn’t stop there. Producer Amy Pascal has big plans for Peter Parker and company. During a promotional round for Through the Spider-Verse she shared some great news this week: there’s going to be a live-action movie with Miles Morales!
“Everyone is going to see it, everything is going to happen!” According to the enthusiastic Pascal. Producer Avi Arad also had good news to report: “Fans will be seeing an animated Spider-Woman movie sooner than they might expect. I can’t tell you everything yet, but it’s definitely coming!” Gwen Stacy actress Hailee Steinfeld is clearly already on board: “This is my dream job, go for it!”
Also, the producers don’t have any details to share yet, but the fact that there are already three Spider-Man movies plus the aforementioned series in development is already big news. In addition, Pascal can also reassure Tom Holland fans: “Are we going to make another movie? Of course we will. We’re busy, but no one is working during the writers’ strike. We are all supporters and when they return to work we will continue with it. Look. Everyone wins today!
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