There’s various folks which are of the opinion that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the character’s greatest-ever large display screen outing. The web-slinger’s first feature-length animation was a vital and business smash hit, incomes over $375 million on the field workplace and scooping the Academy Award for Greatest Animated Function, changing into simply the second winner in twelve years that didn’t hail from both Disney or Pixar.
Spider-Verse additionally acquired widespread vital acclaim due to the voice performances of the solid, beautiful animation and no scarcity of both coronary heart or humor, so it got here as little shock when a sequel was finally introduced. Though, it just lately fell sufferer to the industry-wide delays as a result of COVID-19 and now isn’t scheduled to reach till October 2022.
One one that has been massively enthusiastic of their reward for Into the Spider-Verse is Tom Holland, with the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Peter Parker calling it one of many coolest films he’d ever seen, and there was even an thought for him to make a cameo look that was finally dropped.
Nonetheless, in a latest Twitter change with a fan, producer Christopher Miller revealed that the plans had been initially much more bold than that, they usually’d needed to incorporate a post-credits scene that featured Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland, uniting the three live-action Spider-Males for the primary time ever. However sadly, Sony in the end nixed the concept.
— Christopher Miller (@chrizmillr) Might 7, 2020
Given the vital and business success that greeted Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, in addition to Sony’s continued working association with Marvel Studios over the usage of the wall-crawling superhero, if the artistic crew discover a logical motive to deliver Maguire, Garfield and Holland collectively within the sequel, then there’s a excessive likelihood that the studio will give it the go-ahead this time spherical. And it could little doubt be an iconic second for Spidey followers in all places.