When Spider-Man lands on a rooftop, he pulls off his mask to show that he is Miles Morales - and out of breath - then allows himself a brief laugh.
While Peter Parker is alive and well in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the famous comic book character is now dead in Sony's Spider-Verse. Reports of Moore's casting came about earlier this year, but the writing duo hadn't commented on his involvement when the announcement dropped. The 1-minute 22-second clip debuted during Brazil Comic Con 2017 and gives us our first look at how the studio will portray Miles Morales as the web-slinger. While the only confirmed Spider-Man to star in this film is Miles Morales, it's heavily teased multiple versions will appear.
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Saakashvili then re-entered the country illegally and staged multiple rallies in the capital demanding the president be impeached. Poroshenko in Independence Square, an area in Kiev known as Maidan that was the center of the earlier demonstrations against Mr.
Between Thor: Ragnarok's current run in theaters and the anticipation building for both Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel fans have tons of MCU action to enjoy - and they just got another major development to look forward to. The imprint chronicles the happenings and superheroics of an alternate universe, which the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer so keenly depicts. The film is directed by Bo Persichetti, Peter Ramsey and Rodney Rothman, with the screenplay by Lord. Marvel's Spider-Man is now swinging towards an early 2018 release date, and rest assured we will have more coverage on the game the closer we get to release.