This month, Netflix will launch the much awaited Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, the critically praised animated follow-up to Into the Spider-Verse. The US release date of Sony Pictures Animation’s animated Marvel film is reportedly set for October 31 on Netflix. The release date for streaming comes after the September 5 home media release. Previously, on August 8, Across the Spider-Verse was made available digitally. After launching on June 2, Across the Spider-Verse brought in over $690 million globally in theatre revenue. On Halloween, Across the Spider-verse will be accessible on Netflix, although it’s unclear which version of the film will be available. Moviegoers saw subtle yet many variations between the film’s important moments during its theatrical run. Andy Leviton, the film’s assistant editor, seems to imply in an online article that the few variations between the viewing were planned, maybe emphasising the series’ multiverse theme. But once Across the Spider-Verse was made accessible digitally, more changes were found, and the original theatrical versions could no longer be viewed.
Fans now watch the various takes of the sequel as a result of its down-to-the-wire production, following the horrifying news of horrible workplace circumstances that happened during the creation of Across the Spider-Verse, prompting 100 artists to depart for the sake of their physical and emotional wellbeing.Producers of the Spider-Verse, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, clarified that the reason for the existence of different versions of the film is that it is being retouched for a worldwide distribution and to allow the production team to exercise their creative freedom.”Certain crew members people in the sound department or on the animation team were like,’Oh,could we do this instead?'”Says Miller.”The main reason for it was that the film is a multiverse; it’s as if there are other universes inside the film.The goal was to create the greatest version of which everyone could be most proud.” In an interview, Lord did acknowledge that the production of Across the Spider-Verse was challenging and stressful, but he refuted any accusations that the animators in the movie had been mistreated. Six weeks prior to the movie’s premiere, co-director Justin K. Thompson disclosed that the scene in which Spider-Gwen brings the band back together was included.Follow us to get free & fast MCU Movies/Shows Leaks & News