Spider-Man Wears Air Jordan 1s in New Movie Trailer

Spider-Man Wears Air Jordan 1s in New Movie Trailer

His death though would inspire Miles Morales, a young boy who also had spider-like abilities thanks to the very same experiment that gave Peter his.

Enter a universe where more than one wears the mask.

But with a script penned by The Lego Movie architects Phil Lord and Chris Miller and an immediately eye-catching visual aesthetic, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse looks like something fans won't want to miss. Of course we're not even putting Venom into the mix, and now there's a youth named Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) who has entered the picture with the animated feature Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Based on what we can see, the art team has done an impressive job with this one, so hopefully, the entire movie looks as good.

Spider-Man: Homecoming now has an 86.07 ComicBook.com Composite score, the fourth highest ComicBook.com Composite score of any comic book movie. An experienced Spider-Man with several years of crime fighting under his belt, Peter Parker has sheer mastery of his powerful spider-sense, dynamic skills, acrobatic abilities and new suit. Also, your go-to Grant Morrison/Love & Rockets/Hellboy/Legion of Super-Heroes expert.




The Spider-Man: Homecoming sequel is set for a release on July 5, 2019.

Watts got the best out of his cast, particularly Peter Parker actor, Tom Holland. It is coming out around the same time as DC's Aquaman. Sometime later, Miles was bitten by a genetically altered spider that granted him abilities similar to Peter Parker's.

Considering the pasty racial makeup of the Marvel Cinematic Universe at the moment, the significance of a Spider-Man movie with a biracial protagonist shouldn't be overstated. Among the many things that were omitted was probably his most well known love interest: Gwen Stacy.

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