Fun facts about Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse that is too mind-blowing to ignore

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What's up danger? If you were impacted by the movie making you want to find your canon event, then check out these fun facts about Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse to appreciate the amazing ride that the movie was.

Ever since it's announcement, fans of the web-slinger have been waiting to watch what this Spider Man had in store for them. The first instalment of the movie Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse was a huge success and the fear of if the sequel will stand up to the movie was up for discussion. But the success of the recent Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has only added to fans' expectations for the second part of the film.

The movie was able to bring one of the most beloved characters, Miles Morales to life on the silver screen. The character that accidentally ends up getting bit by a radio-active spider and became the Spiderman when Peter Parker of his universe dies, became everyone's beloved. We loved him team up with a bunch of other Spider people and had us all anticipating what more the neighbourhood hero had in store for us. And to everyone's surprise, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was able to smash the fear of whether the sequel will live up to the expectation. Miles Morales through a kaleidoscope across the universe, met with a very attractive cynical variant Miguel O'Hara that everyone is still rooting for (we are all collectively singing Just to save you I'll give my all to him, thanks Oscar Isaac), to running away from other Spider people from a different universe. The movie has been a hit and people can't stop talking about it even after weeks of its release.

Just like the movie, there are a bunch of amazing facts about Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse that you may not know about, but would totally enjoy reading.

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We made a list of few that every Spider Verse fans should know about

The film had an immersive number of animators working on the animatics of the movie. Apart from including a magnificent volume of comic book characters in a single movie, it had over 1,000 animators working on bringing them to life onscreen.


It had a total of 280 Spider-people with over 95 of them having names and lines in the movie adding to the awesomeness of the movie

Spider-Man 2099 aka Miguel O'Hara was voiced by Oscar Issac making it his third role in a Marvel project after X-Men: Apocalypse and Moon Knight.


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Miguel O'Hara refers to Lego Peter Parker as the best one of them, and coincidentally producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller were also responsible for making The Lego movie.


Lego Spiderman from the movie

Donald Grover who made a cameo in this film was also part of the first film. In one of his Community episodes where he wakes up as Spiderman was playing in Miles' uncle's apartment. The actor has also voiced Miles Morales, in Disney XD’s Ultimate Spider-Man in 2014.


still from Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (2018)

Preston Mutanga who recreated the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse trailer also worked on the LEGO scenes in the film.


In Frame: Preston Mutanga

Across the Spider-Verse has become the 10th feature film to hit that features the web-slinger on the silver screen.


movie poster

Pavitr Prabhakar's unique motion signature was inspired by Kerala, India's oldest martial arts, Kalaripayattu.


still from the movie

Producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller confirmed that the second part of the movie Beyond the Spider-Verse will mark the end of the Spider-verse series.


In frame: Phil Lord and Chris Miller

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