The future of the arachnid franchise does not seem to give much hope. The Spider-Verse 4 situation is complicated after finishing the trilogy.
It seems that there is not much hope of being able to see Spider-Verse 4. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse producer Christopher Miller confirmed that Beyond the Spider-Verse will be the finale of the Miles Morales trilogy. Come on, there will not be a fourth animated film with Marvel characters. It’s the end of this Spider-Man saga.
“We are very tired,” they say from the study itself
“Yes, it’s the end,” Christopher Miller acknowledged when asked about Spider-Verse 4 and the chances of the saga ending in the third. “It’s the end of the Miles Morales trilogy and all this is working to end there.” Christopher Miller then pointed out that Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse is his own complete movie, despite having a huge cliffhanger at the end that left everyone with honey on their lips. “The second installment is his own complete film with a middle, a development and an outcome. Miles Morales starts in one place and ends in another. And all the characters have an arc within this movie. But that’s it for us. We are very tired”.
Although the saga does not seem to reach Spider-Verse 4Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse producer Amy Pascal confirmed to Vanity Fair that there will be another Spider-Women spin-off written by Bek Smith, featuring Spider-Gwen, Cindy Moon and Jessica Drew. Amy Pascal reiterated the spinoff announcement during the Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse premiere, noting that a live-action Miles Morales movie is also in the works alongside the aforementioned Spider-Woman animated film. Of course, the future is far from Miles Morales, but not from the Spider-Man Universe.