Phil Lord and Chris Miller discuss how they’re designing the various dimensions of the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Before Tom Holland had to face the many challenges of entering the multiverse, a teenager from Brooklyn already had to suffer in aOne of the most impressive and groundbreaking animated films of modern cinema: Spider-Man: A new universe, which even won the Oscar for Best Animated Film in 2019.
A tape whose sequel had not been heard of in practically two years, but of which we now know its title, Across the Spider-Verse Part 1, plus new details on how are you going to deal with this time, the existence of multiple dimensions, each with their own arachnid superhero.
“It’s a very ambitious sequel, because we didn’t want to do the same thing as the previous film,” says Chris Miller in an interview with Collider, “and the idea that we were going to have several dimensions, it gave us the opportunity for each world to have its own artistic style, and thus encourage ImageWorks types to make each dimension look like it was created by a different artist.”
“Seeing all of this unfold has been spectacular, and really, that’s why we’re still working on the movie, because it’s very difficult to get everything right,” explained one of the producers and screenwriters of Across de Spider-Verse. , that like its predecessor, it will also be directed by three different people, Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson.
At the moment not many more details are known about the argument of the first sequel to A New Universe, although as could be seen in the first presentation teaser, it seems that Miles Morales is going to have to face Spider-Man 2099, who is voiced by Oscar Isaacs.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1 will hit theaters worldwide on October 7, 2022.