If you couldn’t catch Sony’s Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse in theaters, Netflix has your number as the streaming juggernaut is bringing Miles, Gwen, Peter, Hobie, Pavitr, and Miguel on October 31. The sequel to 2018’s Into The Spider-Verse conquered the early summer box office raking in $690 million worldwide–more than double the previous installment’s box office.
The cast has Shameik Moore reprising Miles alongside Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen again. Also returning you have Brian Tyree Henry, Lauren Vélez, Jake Johnson, and Oscar winner (and maybe still Blade for the MCU) Mahershala Ali with Oscar Isaac once again as Miguel O’Hara, who was only part of the post-credits stinger in Into The Spider-Verse.
Joining the all-star cast are Jason Schwartzman, Issa Rae, Karan Soni, Shea Whigham, Greta Lee, and Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya. In this film not only is Miles and company up against famous Spider-villains from alternate timelines, but actual Spider-People themselves as they try and stop the Spot from destroying numerous timelines at once.
In April 2021, Sony signed deals with Netflix and Disney for the rights to its film slate from 2022-2026. This deal was built on an existing deal that Netflix had signed with Sony Pictures Animation all the way back in 2014. You can even still watch both Amazing Spider-Man films and Sam Raimi’s Spider-trilogy on Netflix, but if you have a standard account as they’re unavailable with ad-supporting because of licenses.
Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse became not only the third-highest-grossing film of the year domestically in the United States, the highest-grossing film produced by Sony Pictures Animation, and the sixth-highest-grossing film of 2023 worldwide.
The third installment in the trilogy, Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse, and a woman-focused spin-off film, aptly called Spider-Woman, are both in development.
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