If you’re not excited for Spider Man: Across the Spider-Verse, you definitely should be. The sequel to the 2018 phenomenal Into the Spider-Verse arrives next year and will see Miles Morales team up with a whole new group of Spidey friends from across the multiverse.
Shameik Moore and Hailee Steinfeld are set to reprise their respective roles as Miles and Spider-Gwen, and as The Hollywood Reporter writes, it’s now been confirmed that Daniel Kaluuya, the English actor best known for his roles in Black Panther, Nopeand get outwill join the web-slinging team as the voice of Hobart Brown, AKA Spider-Punk.
Before we get to the nitty-gritty, take a look at the trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2 below.
Spider-Punk was first introduced in The Amazing Spider-Man comics in 2015, but his appearance in Through the Spider-Verse will be his screen debut. For a little background information (courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter), Hobart Brown is a homeless teenager who, in his universe, ends up becoming a hero for the oppressed people of New York.
The film, which is the second installment in the Spider-Verse trilogy, is currently slated for release on June 2, 2023. It is directed by Justin K. Thompson, Kemp Powers and Joaquim Dos Santos, starring Phil Lord, Avi Arad, Amy Pascal, Christina Steinberg and Chris Miller producing.
In other Spidey news, Insomniac Games recently confirmed the release window for Marvel’s Spider-Man 2. The game, which will star both Peter Parker and Miles Morales, is still set to hit PS5 in 2023 – the developers have reassured fans that the lack of trailers doesn’t mean they should worry about the delay, as they’re “making good progress” and “showing games take time, effort, resources, and coordination.” So there’s plenty to be excited about next year for Spider-Man fans. , then.