Spider-Man is a marvel of Marvel itself, and the character got much attention than ever. Likes of Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and now Tom Holland played the most prolific role. But to show the multiverse of Sp[der-Man, Marvel opted to create an animated title called Spider-man into Spiderverse, which comprises many Spider-Man from multiple universes.
Miles Morales was the center of attention in the first edition of the Flick. However, a sequel been reported in speculations as the Flick was a massive success. So we got you covered with every possible information about the upcoming sequel.
Official Release Date
However, this Flick is far away from facing any kind of delays as the film projected for a release in fall 2022. The confirmed release date of the sequel is April 8, 2022. So we already got the release date, and itself confirmed through the social handle of the upcoming Flick.
— Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (@SpiderVerse) November 1, 2019
Tom Holland Appearance
It’s been reported that at the time of initial release, Tom Holland was meant to do a cameo in the first installment. He Himself confirmed the fact that he thought he would be approached for a Cameo in the movie, but it didn’t happen.
EXCLUSIVE: Tom Holland was meant to cameo in the excellent Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse – here's what would have been in his cut scene… pic.twitter.com/R6nUx6XeNT
— JOE (@JOE_co_uk) June 26, 2019
So it could possibly happen this time, and British Spidey could crash the cast of Spider-Verse.
Will There Be A Adult Version of Miles Morales?
Now there are rumors regarding the plot of the Flick, and it’s been speculated that there will be a more adult version of Miles Morales in the next installment of the franchise. We also enforce this theory as Sony’s Playstation’s upcoming title features an adult version of Miles Morales, and this could happen in Flick too.
So we are counting on the trailer to make sure this will happen, or there are just speculations around the character. The trailer is expected to arrive next fall, as there is no such scope for it to crash the video hosting sites.