- Action-packed energy and dilemmas await Miles and Gwen in
Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.
- The continuation from the second movie will meet expectations, according to star Shameik Moore, with appearances from The Spot and plenty of action.
- The final chapter of Miles Morales’ trilogy promises to deliver excitement, problem-solving, and everything fans are anticipating.
Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse star Shameik Moore, who voices Miles Morales in the animated Marvel franchise, teases what is coming up in the third and final installment. While there have been few Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse updates, Sony is working hard on getting the next chapter in the franchise to theaters as soon as possible. Following the many cliffhangers in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, Miles is facing his toughest battle yet as multiple forces are coming for him.
In an exclusive interview with Screen Rant‘s own Scott Mantz at the Madame Web movie premiere at the Regency Village Theatre, Moore was present to support the latest Sony Spider-Man Universe installment. While Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse may not have a release date yet, Moore was able to offer a few teases about Miles’ arc in the Spider-Verse trilogy finale, sharing the following:
Action…you can expect Miles and Gwen. You can expect everything [laughs] you’re expecting the continuation from the second one. You can expect to see The Spot; you can expect some action-packed energy and some dilemmas and problems to solve.
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Could Spider-Verse 3 End With Tragic Deaths?
One of the driving conflicts in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse was Miles and Miguel O’Hara’s differing viewpoints on the concept of canon events. As Miles learned about how a police figure in any Spider-Man’s life across the multiverse is destined to die, the clock began to tick for his dad, Jeff Davis. When Moore talks about Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse having to deal with “some dilemmas,” it wouldn’t be shocking if it comes down to the survival of Miles’ dad.
With Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse organically being a superhero story, there will obviously be the element of trying to rewrite someone’s so-called “destiny” and find a way to save the day. In Miles’ case, while he is obviously not going to let his father die because a canon event says he has to, it’s not like he will ignore the fate of the multiverse. That is one of the core elements of the Spider-Verse franchise, which is Miles defying the odds and the expectations surrounding himself.
The only way that Jeff could die that isn’t at the hands of someone deciding for him is if he willingly sacrifices himself for a crucial plot in Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse. However, there is always the possibility of other characters who aren’t Miles’ father becoming a casualty as the result of the multiverse conflicts. For now, the world will have to wait and see what goes down in Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.
opens in theaters this Wednesday, February 14.