Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man Universe doesn’t stop. The studio confirms another project and warns fans: it will arrive sooner than expected!
The producers of Spider-Man: A new universe, Phil Lord Y Christopher Millerrecently spoke on the show Crew Call, the Deadline podcast. Both filmmakers focused on the sequel to the animated film released in 2018. Its title is Across the Spider-Verse and it is one of the most anticipated releases of recent years. On the other hand, they also talked about the spin-off of Silk. A spin-off that will also be part of this cinematographic universe apart from Marvel Studios and orchestrated by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were asked about Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Y Silk. Deadline reporters were curious about how the development process for both projects is progressing right now. Phil Lord spoke at length about it, revealing that they’re handling that process “very carefully” and that “there’s a really exciting start” to the movie. Silk. He also advanced more details about the two films. “We are developing both projects very carefully, but Seda is off to a truly exciting start,” said the director of Sony Pictures. “She is coming. There will be more news very soon.”
Why has the long-awaited animated sequel been delayed?
Recently, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse suffered a considerable delay. Now, the film is expected to hit theaters on June 2, 2023. Both filmmakers were asked about this delay and why they made this controversial decision. Phil Lord responded by saying that they could have kept the original date and nothing would have happened. However, he admitted that the expectations are very high for him and that they want to make the most innovative and special film possible. That is what has influenced the delay confirmed by Sony Pictures Entertainment.
“There was a time when we said we could try to release it on its original date and it would have been fine, but the expectations with this film are so high that we need it to be as innovative, as special and as wonderful as the first one was,” he explained. Director of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. “In the end, we thought we shouldn’t try to rush. Let’s do it right, we said. Let’s make it cool. Let’s make every scene the best it can be and not just something that allows us to get it out on time.” That is the reason for the delay of the Sony Pictures film.