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AndyMac
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Directed by Lord & Miller (21 Jump Street, Lego Movie)

Featuring:
Miles Morales AKA Spider-Man
Peter Parker AKA Spider-Man
and Gwen Stacy AKA Spider-Woman

In theaters December 2018

6/6/2018 6:18:19 PM

Money_Jones
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Looks pretty awesome

6/6/2018 7:05:21 PM

marko
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I've got my fingers crossed Spider-Ham will show up.

6/7/2018 10:08:30 AM

AndyMac
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^ Your wish is granted

10/2/2018 6:10:30 PM

justinh524
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John Mulaney is not funny.

10/2/2018 7:02:36 PM

marko
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I love Spider-Ham. It's a shame he looks so doofy in this, but I get it.

The comics from the 80s were beautiful, tho.


10/3/2018 12:17:15 PM

AndyMac
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Fantastic reviews for this so far

Just started coming out today and only 20 reviews so far, but at 100% Rotten Tomatoes now.

https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/spider_man_into_the_spider_verse

11/28/2018 9:57:21 AM

AndyMac
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Amazing movie

Post credit scene was as funny of one of those as I've ever seen.

12/15/2018 10:46:12 PM

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The visual style of this movie is incredible. It has a very mixed-media feel, even from shot to shot. Loved the way that narrative captions and sound effects were weaved into scenes. Loved that each of the Spider-characters had their own animation design, particularly Peni's lip sync and Spider-Ham's traditional animation style.

I left the theater wanting more and convinced more than ever that we need an animated Fantastic Four feature.

12/17/2018 6:31:54 AM

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Honestly how many Spider-Man movies are necessary?

12/17/2018 12:53:36 PM

FroshKiller
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I need Spider-Man movies more than I need your fucking ass.

12/17/2018 2:20:22 PM

rjrumfel
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I've tried looking around for the answer and what I've found has been vague. Does this tie into the MCU at all?

12/18/2018 8:58:16 AM

Wraith
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^As far as I've heard, it does not. Just a standalone Spider-Man movie. I'm pretty sure the Marvel film studio had nothing to do with it's release.

That being said, however, the whole movie is about Spider-Man across different dimensions. It wouldn't be far-fetched to just consider the MCU that we know to be another dimension in this story.

12/18/2018 9:45:26 AM

FroshKiller
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When the Peter Parker of Miles's Earth is recounting his background story in the beginning, there are shots that are clear references to the other Sony Spider-flicks, but it's a different Peter Parker entirely (not really a spoiler). The idea, I guess, is that there's a lot of consistency among certain universes' Spider-Men.

I want to say that the ferry sequence from Homecoming was one of those shots, but that technically isn't an MCU connection since it happened in a different universe to a different Spider-Man.

12/18/2018 9:54:29 AM

Money_Jones
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Finally went to see it today, this movie was fantastic.

1/19/2019 11:48:22 PM

justinh524
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"Does this tie into the MCU at all?"


No, because this is a Sony movie.


Also, i enjoyed this movie and i understand what they were doing with the animation, but after awhile the color shifting/blur/whatever was just annoying.

Also the post credit scene was easily the best part of the movie.

1/22/2019 7:57:56 PM

rwoody
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"No, because this is a Sony movie."


So are Homecoming and Far From Home. Part of the reason FFH is stepping on Endgame.

1/22/2019 8:57:40 PM

justinh524
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Yes, but this animated film series has nothing to do with that universe. Sony wanted to have a Spider-Man series independent of the marvel stuff, so they did this.

1/22/2019 9:26:28 PM

rwoody
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That is a totally different statement but still kinda wrong

Quote :
" The post-credits scene for Sony's live-action film Venom implies that Sony's Universe of Marvel Characters—the shared universe that includes Venom and other Spider-Man-related film properties—is one of the alternate universes within the Spider-Verse."


Quote :
"Marvel Studios is not involved with this film, and does not plan to integrate it with the MCU,[6] but Sony does consider it to be set in "the same world" as MCU films such as Spider-Man: Homecoming; producer Amy Pascal described Venom as being "adjunct" to that world.[7]"

1/22/2019 9:50:12 PM

Money_Jones
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Marvel Studios was the creative lead on Homecoming and Far from Home, they had nothing to do with this one other than Marvel getting credit for being the company where the character of Spider-Man was created

1/22/2019 9:51:16 PM

justinh524
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I hope that spoderman is in the sequel

1/22/2019 10:53:02 PM

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