The studio is working on a sequel and a spin-off to its upcoming animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,per The Hollywood Reporter. Nicknamed Spider-Gwen in the comics, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse's Spider-Woman gracefully steals' Miles and Peter's briefcase and captures both of them with a flick of her wrist.
With just a couple of weeks left until Spider-Verse is loosed upon the wider world, with its story of Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), a Spidey living and hero-ing in an alternate universe meeting some of his fellow web-slinging types and teaming up to save all their realities from a nefarious, cross-dimensional scheme. What's more interesting is the second film that's being described as an "all-female spin-off", according to THR.
Sony is getting two new movies caught up in its ever-expanding Spider-Man web. TV writer Bek Smith (CBS's Zoo) will write the script. The outlet notes that producer Avi Arad will return in some capacity to the future features.
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Directed by Peter Ramsey, Robert Persichetti Jr., and Rodney Rothman, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse also stars Mahershala Ali, Liev Schreiber, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Velez, and Lily Tomlin.
"Spider-Man is a ideal match for AR not only because his acrobatic moves and iconic poses lend themselves well to the format, but because he's one of the most relatable superheroes", Rose Phillips, senior vice president of digital marketing at Sony Pictures Entertainment, said in a press statement.