A deleted scene starring Miles G. Morales from Earth-42 is seen in a movement test video from 2020, which was released by Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse co-director Kemp Powers. The one-minute video, which Powers shared on Twitter, is preceeded by the events of Across the Spider-Verse, which included more of Miles’ other world on Earth-42. Even without Spider-Man’s abilities, this Miles is still able to swing around New York City and confidently jump from skyscrapers thanks to his technology. Through Uncle Aaron’s Prowler training, he was able to acquire abilities that were akin to superhumans. The storyboards for the movement test were created by Wynton Redmond and Spencer Wan, and Nick Tyson animated them.
Following the discovery that Miles Morales of Earth-1610 wasn’t actually meant to become a hero, Across the Spider-Verse ends on a cliffhanger with Miles finally meeting the Earth-42 version of himself who was initially meant to be the one who was bitten by the Alchemax spider. Due to this aberration, Miles G. Morales was forced to take up the identity of the villain Prowler on Earth-42 in place of Spider-Man. The impact of Prowler Miles’ entrance on Spider-Man Miles’ attempt to stop his father from dying is yet to be seen. Across the Spider-Verse was co-directed by Joaquim Dos Santos and Justin K. Thompson in addition to Powers. The animated prequel follows Miles Morales in his subsequent multiverse quest as he faces off against a bad guy with extraterrestrial prowess. He will meet up with Gwen Stacy again, and she will introduce him to the Spider-Men group that Spider-Man 2099 started. Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Jake Johnson, Oscar Isaac, Issa Rae, Andy Samberg, and Jason Schwartzman all return from Beyond the Spider-Verse to provide their voices to the sequel. The threequel is anticipated to feature more Spider-Men, including the reappearance of Spider-Ham and Spider-Man Noir.
Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse may not see its 2024 theatrical premiere, according to some fans, despite Sony Pictures Animation not making any official pronouncements about the delay. The movie is apparently still in the pre-production stage, according to a recent rumour. In response, producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller said they would be open to delaying Beyond the Spider-Verse as long as they could preserve the film’s calibre. Similar to its 2018 predecessor, Across the Spider-Verse received overwhelmingly positive reviews from both reviewers and viewers, who lauded the film’s ground-breaking animation design, stunning imagery, and gripping plot. With a current global revenue of more over $600 million, it was a box office hit in addition to getting widespread acclaim.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News