A new poster for Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse has arrived featuring a bunch of new variants of the wall-crawler.
Following the huge success of Spider-Man: A New Universe (considered by many to be one of the spider-hero’s best movies), fans practically begged for more adventures from Miles Morales and company the moment the credits rolled for the first film. Fortunately, it didn’t take long for Sony to announce a sequel.
What new Spider-Variants will the public know about? We know from the advances that we have confirmed Spider-Man 2099, already announced in the post-credits scene of the first film, Jessica Drew’s Spider-Woman, Pavitr Prabhakar, Spider-Punk, Scarlet Spider, Cyborg Spider-Woman, Spider-Byte and a lot more. However, for those who expected to see the return of Spider-Man Noir, Nicholas Cage confirmed that we will be left wanting to see it.
Now Sony Pictures through a post in twitter has released a new poster for Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse posing a question to fans: “How many spider people can we fit in one movie?”
While the poster may resemble a previously released poster, it is not, as this new image is larger and features more characters than before.
Versions that are confirmed
There are many Spider-man that can be seen from afar and it is not possible to clearly see what variants they are, but in the first row we can appreciate the variant of the Playstation game, a version of Spider-Girl, the Spider-man of the Spectacular Spider-man animated series, a werewolf version, and in the background a version with the symbiote, several with a Mexican hat and mustache, and even a version that looks a lot like Gandalf because of the hat and his long white beard.
But the big question is, will all these variants be important? Hopefully the ones in the first and second rows of the poster will have a little more input, but the number of characters on this poster is insane, with the vast majority likely only appearing in the background of multiple shots, which which can be seen in practice thanks to the recently released trailer. Will we see a scene like the end of Avengers: Endgame?
Spider-man: Crossing the Multiverse hits theaters on June 22.
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