Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse will see Miles Morales, aka Spider-Man, travel to various universes across the multiverse, with each universe having its own unique style, and physics, which has been showcased in Sony Pictures Animation’s latest social post.
In the new social post by Sony Pictures Animation for the upcoming Into The Spider-Verse sequel, four new images were shared, with each image revealing shots from different universes, alongside some details as to which Spider-Person the universe belongs.
New ‘Across The Spider-Verse’ Images Released
The first image reveals a better look at the already established world of Miles Morales, aka EARTH-1610, first seen in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, with this shot confirming that a scene from the trailer that shows Morales and Gwen Stacy sitting side by side is indeed in Morales’ main universe.
This universe was the prominent universe that the first instalment was set in, however, the upcoming sequel will take viewers to many different universes, offering a much larger multiverse experience from the various worlds that Marvel has created over the years.
Gwen Stacy’s world, aka EARTH-65, was also showcased in the latest social post, a universe that has once been seen by fans of the franchise due to footage of this dimension being used in the first movie, however, it looks like Miles Morales will be travelling to Stacy’s world for the first time in Across The Spider-Verse.
Stacy’s character is voiced by Hailee Steinfeld, who also plays Kate Bishop in the live-action side of things over in Marvel Studios’ Marvel Cinematic Universe, however, she voiced Gwen Stacy a few years prior to her official on-screen MCU debut.
Next up we have Pavitr Prabhakar’s world, aka EARTH-50101, Prabhakar’s is another Spidey variant who is typically known as Spider-Man India, he will be voiced by Karan Soni (Deadpool, 7 Days) and one of the main characters throughout the movie.
Last, but not least, Miguel O’Hara’s world with the image being shared already being seen via promotional footage for Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse, Hara is voiced by Oscar Isaac in this new instalment, and like Steinfeld, he has also played a part in the live-action MCU as Moon Knight.
Hara’s Spidey variant goes by the name Spider-Man 2099, a character who has been portrayed to be the antagonist to Miles Morales, which may be somewhat true, however, it has been said in the past that Jason Schwartzman’s Spot will be the true villain, a character who has been teased a fair bit since promotion for the sequel began.
Update: Spider-Punk’s EARTH-138 Added
Spider-Punk, aka Hobart Brown, aka Hobie Brown, has also had his world showcased amongst the four other images, as exclusively posted via the official @SpiderVerseMovie Instagram account.
Brown is voiced by Daniel Kaluuya (Nope, Black Panther), another actor from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as Kaluuya played W’Kabi in the Chadwick Boseman-led Black Panther movie, now lending his voice to the iconic Marvel variant known as Spider-Punk.
Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse releases in theatres on June 2, 2023.