‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Releases Brand New Screen Shot
There is no understating how excited fans are for the upcoming addition to Sony’s Miles Morales story, and with the film set to release in quite a while, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has released a brand new Screen shot.
Few characters have starred in a solo film that is so widely beloved and championed as Miles Morales Spider-Verse films have been.
With his debut arrival in Sony’s Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the studio was responsible for one of the most creative and incredible comic book adaptations of all time; with the medium of animation lending itself perfectly to crafting the very first multiversal comic book film.
Fans hold that original film in such high regard, and it speaks to its popularity and adoration that there has been no let-up in anticipation for the upcoming sequel film; now set to arrive a year from now.
With fans overwhelmingly excited, however, one of the film’s chief creative entities, Christopher Miller, gave a small update, as Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has released a brand new screenshot.
Released with the caption, “Hole-y cow! Meet the Spot. Voiced by Jason Schwartzman. He’s been a lot of fun to play around with in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Your gonna love him.” Miller shared that the brand new villain will appear in the upcoming film.
Meet The Spot. Voiced by Jason Schwartzman. He’s been a lot of fun to play around with in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. You’re gonna love him. pic.twitter.com/rumLyxmIia
— Christopher Miller (@chrizmillr) June 13, 2022
Showing Miles and Gwen Stacy face off against the newly introduced villain, adds to the assumed- and rumored-theme of the film; that these various Spider-Men will have to face off against a plethora of villains from across varying dimensions.
The Spot is a rather interesting choice for a villain, but it does make sense with the theme of interdimensional travel, as Spot is a character that can technically create portals that can transport objects; with the image being the percent representation of that power.