Undoubtedly one of the most eagerly awaited films of the coming year is Spider Man: Across the Spider-Verse. The Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel will be released in theatres next summer. The sequel is not a "kid's movie," according to senior animator Ere Santos.
Although Dhanush's Pavitr Prabhakar is one of the movie's new characters and a member of the group of Spider-People tasked with defending the globe, no other information on the plot or its potential relevance to India has been released. Ere Santos, a senior character animator, has made it seem as though Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is not a family film.
HERE’S WHAT ERE SANTOS STATED
He stated:"It was a pretty difficult project. As a result, there were many frustrating moments, as every production experiences. However, what kept us going was that if we got irritated or something changed or a sequence was shortened, we'd see a fresh render and say, "Okay, alright? Let's move forward. Additionally, several of the decisions that people made in the novel had me scratching my head. Okay, no problem. Is this a children's film? I think it's not a family film. I see, cool. Oh, that's OK. I am therefore extremely, extremely, extremely excited."
Ere Santos added the following when discussing the film's mature themes in an interview with The Direct: "To be more precise, I believe that what makes it so thrilling are the various art forms they employ, the various impacts they have on the various images, and the various worlds you can visit. There has already been a lot stated, but from an insider's perspective, I've observed things in the movie that I've never seen in other works of art. And I can't wait for the world to see it."
JASON SCHWARTZMAN’S ROLE IN THE MOVIE
It was announced earlier this month that The Spot, played by Jason Schwartzman, will serve as the antagonist in the upcoming two sequels. On June 2, 2023, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will premiere in theatres.