The year 2019 is almost over, and if we look back, it has been quite a rollercoaster ride for Spider-Man fans — first, the dramatic exit of Spider-Man from MCU and then the backlash from the fans. Finally, Disney and Sony reached a new deal, which will allow Spider-Man to appear in future MCU movies.
Recently the release date of Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse sequel was revealed. On November 1, 2019, Sony announced that the sequel would be released on April 8, 2022
According to sources, a live-action Spider-Verse is on the table at Sony. If it goes ahead, it will feature Holland teaming up with Miles Morales, while other versions of the hero would also appear, even if it’s currently unclear which ones we’d see.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse was an animated masterpiece. Every aspect of the movie was fabulous, and it won the Oscar for the best-animated film Since then, fans have been craving for a live-action counterpart of the film.
While, Tom Holland would appear in the movie, but the project still won’t be connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in any way. Kevin Feige will also be attached to the project as a producer.
Sony’s Amy Pascal has previously teased that such a movie could happen, stating that it’s “possible” and that it would be “interesting” to make it. Likewise, Holland has gone on record several times about his wish for Peter Parker to work with Miles on the big screen. The vocal fan buzz about the concept must’ve reached Sony’s ears as well as they know it’d be a smash-hit. In other words, it seems like the odds are high for it happening, but until we get some confirmation straight from the studio itself, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed.