Possible spoilers follow for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1.
Soon it will be time to return to Spider-Verse. And no, we’re not just talking about Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Three years after Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has enthralled audiences with its amazing comic book art style, emotionally engaging storyline, blasting soundtrack. And It’s time for the next entry in Miles Morales’ animated film journey, a unique spin on the popular superhero.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, the sequel to the original Sony Pictures film, is set to hit theaters on October 7, 2022. Well, there is Part 1, with Part 2 not lands until 2023. After what seems like a long wait, however, Sony finally gave us our first look at the upcoming sequel at Comic-Con Brazil (CCXP) 2021 with a two-minute teaser trailer. In case you missed its unveiling on December 4, you can check it out below. ,
there is very To take from the first trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1. We see Miles and Spider-Gwen reunite, Miles grapples with Spider-Man 2099, some teasing about the new comic book-inspired Spidey world, and more, all thanks to its two-minute and 30-second runtime. Inside.
and that’s the stuff we can see Real Time. The first teaser for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1 has tons of easter eggs and hidden secrets that we imagine you might have missed on your first or even your tenth viewing.
Here, eight things you might have missed in the trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1:
1. What gadget is Spider-Gwen wearing?
One of the biggest “I wonder what that” moments of the trailer is the gadget Spider-Gwen is wearing on her left wrist. You can see it as she descends into Miles’ reality in the image above.
then what is it? It appears to be a time-travel gadget that allows Gwen to traverse the Spider-Verse through the hexagonal, orange portals we see throughout the teaser.
Interestingly, Spider-Man 2099, aka Miguel O’Hara, will again be voiced by Oscar Isaacs, following the actor’s brief turn as the character in the post-credits scene of Into the Spider-Verse. Later one of these is also visible through the portal. Trailer. Is O’Hara the Person Behind This Spider-Verse Time Travel Gadget? And has she given one to Gwen so she can go and request Miles’ help with a new multidimensional threat?
In our opinion, all signs point to yes. Like the other Spider-Man versions, O’Hara is an intellectual genius. And, given that he lives in the year before the 22nd century, technology should have been advancing at such a rate (by that time, anyway) that he would have been able to counter any threats to the middle of the universe. can find the way. We actually see him wearing a very similar device in Spider-Verse’s post-Stinger scene as well, so we’re pretty sure that’s what.
2. Return of the Hexagons
Speaking of the hexagonal tunnel portals we see in the trailer, they’re another neat call-back for some Marvel productions.
We’ve seen similar hexagon-style jump points in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Captain Marvel, so it’s good that there’s some continuity that remains between those live-action movies and this animated sequel.
3. One Wheel Good Location
Into the Spider-Verse was full of tongue-in-cheek call-backs to not-so-great aspects of Spider-Man’s illustrious comic history.
One particularly infamous item — for comic fans, anyway — is the Spider-Mobile, a buggy-style vehicle that has appeared fleetingly in various Spider-Man comic runs. Given that Wallcrawlers have a better way of traversing New York — i.e. traversing through the city using their web shooters — it always seems like a daunting move to give Spider-Man a car to drive. was appearing.
But we regret. The Spider-Mobile was one of the more obvious Easter eggs included in the Into the Spider-Verse – it makes an appearance in Aunt May’s underground technical lair along with the other Spidey vehicles.
It also appears in the trailer for Across the Spider-Verse Part 1, but, this time around, its presence is more of a blink-and-you-miss-it moment. Head to the 0:55 minute mark, after Gwen grabs Miles’ sketch book, and checks out her bookcase. You will see a model of the Spider-Mobile on the third shelf. Very clear, eh?
4. Ticket to Ride
We get a strange moment in the trailer when Gwen sees a drawing of her by Miles in her sketch book. But, if you look at the second page of the book, you’ll see a bus ticket that harkens back to Spider-Verse.
how? Well, there’s a ‘Hudson Valley Explorer’ on the ticket. Miles and Peter B. to visit Kingpin’s research facility. This is a call-back to the bus Parker rides on. Given that this was Miles’ first real mission as Spider-Man, it’s clear he’ll keep this item as a reminder of his first superhero venture.
5. Spider-Man 2099 Universe Tour
Another moment you might have missed is that we will travel to our universe of Spider-Man 2099 in the movie.
Right after O’Hara captures Miles during the teaser, we see a number flash on his wrist gadget for a brief moment before the action jumps into a new world. The number visible is ‘928’, which refers to the version of Earth to which O’Hara belongs.
In the comics, Earth-928 is a possible future version of Earth-616, the main universe in Marvel’s literary works. Here, a huge civil war breaks out between humans and mutants, in which humans win.
After this battle, O’Hara tries to replicate the Spider-Man formula and, long story short, is inundated with spider-like abilities, including superhuman strength, speed and endurance, advanced healing and vision, biological webbing From the forelimbs of the one it shoots, the retractable claws on its fingers and toes, and the fangs secrete venom.
So yes, we’ll be visiting O’Hara’s own universe at some point – we even get a brief glimpse of it after Miles is thrown through another portal before the teaser ends.
6. Sling Orange Webbing
Another great addition to this version of Spider-Man 2099 is the color of his webbing.
In the comics, O’Hara has clear/white webbing, just like her fellow webheads. In the Across the Spider-Verse teaser, however, we see that his webbing is orange. It’s likely to be part of a suit upgrade—that is, if Spider-Man 2099’s webbing Not there Is organic and, instead, synthetic like other Spider-Men types – which helps him capture people who may not be from his universe.
As we saw in Into the Spider-Verse, if people weren’t born in the universe they were accidentally transported to, people start to mess around. So maybe O’Hara’s webbing allows her to reduce people like Miles and stabilize their genetic makeup across different universes. That is, until he can give Miles his multiverse traversal gadget.
7. Arrival of the New Spider-Men
Naturally, a Spider-Verse movie is going to reunite us with the Spider-People we’ve seen before, as well as potentially introduce us to the new Spider-Men.
One such person we can see in Spider-Man India. After Miles travels through a multiverse tunnel, he comes across a world that has been drawn and painted in the beauty of a pencil. This is where he is captured by Spider-Man 2099 and, as the two bounce off the environment and each other, we see the distinctive Hindi text flash on the screen – the word ‘thwip’ and other text like the ones we saw in Spider-Verse Was . There is only one Spider-Man character who speaks Hindi, and that is Spider-Man India.
The ending of the trailer also teases some other potential Spider-People. We see several logos flashing on the screen, which could indicate the arrival of Spider-Punk or Silk.
We know that Jessica Drew’s Spider-Woman is already part of the cast (she’ll be voiced by Issa Rae), while the Japanese Spider-Man has also been teased by film co-writer Phil Lord. But it would be nice to see even more Spider-People in Across the Spider-Verse Part 1 and Part 2.
8. Who is the villain?
Well, the trailer itself doesn’t tease it. But, based on the fact that this is an extended, inter-dimensional story, we doubt it will be The Spot.
wait, who? The Spot, whose real name is Jonathan Ohm, is a scientist in the comics who works for Kingpin (where have we seen this before?) trying to reproduce the radiation levels of a vigilante known as the Cloak. With that done, Om builds a black portal to an unknown realm, through which he steps and gains abilities, namely, the teleport between dimensions and different realities.
If he’s wandering between universes and causing chaos wherever he goes, Spot may come to the attention of Spider-Man 2099, who wants to end his escape. This will prompt O’Hara to go and recruit Spider-Gwen, Miles, and company as each of their realities will be under threat of Spot’s masterplan. Hence why they need to travel between different worlds using O’Hara’s time-travelling gadgets and stop Spot together.
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