Speaking with Empire Speaking about the upcoming Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Phil Lord explained that each of the alternate universes we see in the movie will be portrayed in their own unique art style. “The first film had one style of animation that dominates the film. There are six of them in this film,” he said. “So we’re taking these tools, adding everything we’ve learned on The Mitchells. [v]With [t]”Machines” and then zooming in to fit the ambition of this movie. This should surprise you every time you enter a new environment and also make sure the style of the film reflects [sic] story.”
Co-writer and producer Christopher Miller added that in the teaser trailer for the film, you can see two of those distinctive environments: what they call Mumbattan, which is based on an Indian comic book style, and Nueva York, a universe that Miguel O’Hara, also known as Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac), calls home. The fact that the film will include six different art styles is certainly exciting for fans wanting to explore more of the endless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, and Lord and Miller’s comments make it clear that Across the Spider-Verse plans to be even more ambitious. and stunning than its predecessor.
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