Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was a surprise hit in 2018, ultimately ended up with an Oscar for Best Animated Feature, and now its star Shameik Moore is saying the two-part Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse sequel is wild.
Moore, who played Miles Morales in the first film, tweeted the above yesterday. A number of trolls questioned how he would know, other fans of the film franchise expressed their excitement, while one Twitter user said Moore did the character — who first appeared in 2011 and was created by writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Sara Pichelli —perfectly.
“You are in the running for a definitive Miles Morales VA for me dude. For real you just capture that character perfectly.”-DVMN Crybaby (@DvmnCrybaby) March 11, 2022
Moore has not teased any more about the project, as of this story being filed. The first half of the two-part Spidey sequel will be coming October 2022, before the second next year. Similar to the first film, a number of unique versions of Spider-Man will be included; one already promised to fans is Takuya Yamashiro, from the 1978 Spider-Man series made for television in Japan. He had his own giant mech which he used to battle giant monsters, and even received a theatrical film in the Japanese market. As well, Oscar Isaac’s Miguel O’Hara/Spider-Man 2099 will be featured after being teased in the last movie, and Issa Rae will be playing Jessica Drew/Spider-Woman, a character originally not tied to Spider-Man at all in the comics.