The eagerly awaited follow-up to 2018’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, has received a new image from Sony. Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) is seen in the picture dangling calmly from a building’s top with his parents and Spider-Gwen, an old friend (Hailee Steinfeld).
Gwen Stacy is one of the Spider-People who enters Miles’ realm in Into the Spider-Verse after the Kingpin (voiced by Liev Schreiber) unintentionally breaks space-time. One of the persons who mentors Miles and aids him in learning how to control his newly discovered abilities and the obligations they entail is Gwen. Also hinted at in Into the Spider-Verse is a romantic relationship between Gwen and Miles, which we hope materialises in Across the Spider-Verse. According to the new picture, Miles appears to be introducing Gwen to his parents, thus the fans’ desires will come true.
Miles overcomes the Kingpin at the conclusion of Into the Spider-Verse and sends each of his Spider-Friends back to their own dimension. However, Miles hears Gwen call out to him from the Spider-Verse as he is resting on his bed in the film’s concluding scene. The events of Across the Spider-Verse appear to have been set in motion by this fatal encounter, as the sequel will find Miles discovering other realms, making friends with new Spider-People, and possibly even starting a civil war. This is so that Miles can confront Miguel O’Hara, alias Spider-Man 2099 (voiced by Oscar Isaac), who is the captain of an interdimensional band of heroes whose tactics aren’t always ethically justifiable.
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