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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023)

After reuniting with Gwen Stacy, Brooklyn’s full-time, friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters the Spider Society, a team of Spider-People charged with protecting the Multiverse’s very existence. But when the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles finds himself pitted against the other Spiders and must set out on his own to save those he loves most.

  • Joaquim Dos Santos
  • Kemp Powers
  • Justin K. Thompson
  • Melanie Duke
  • Phil Lord
  • Christopher Miller
  • Dave Callaham
  • Octavio E. Rodriguez
  • Miguel Jiron
  • Violaine Briat
  • Ben Choi
  • Anthony Holden
  • Darrell W. Johnson
  • Matt Jones
  • Denise Koyama
  • Sarah Jean Partington
  • Max Perkins
  • Wynton Redmond
  • Stephanie Garcia Rizo
  • Lauren Sassen
  • Caitlin VanArsdale
  • Mark Ackland
  • Gabriela Carolina Camarillo
  • Eugene Lee
  • Chris Mitchell
  • Melanie Duke
  • Kasey Fagerquist
Release Date: Wed, May 31, 2023

Rating: 8.4/10 by 6279 users

Alternative Title:
스파이더맨: 뉴 유니버스 2 - KR
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 - US
Spider-Man: A través de los Universos (Parte Uno) - ES
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) - US
뉴스파 2 - KR
スパイダーマン アクロス・ザ・スパイダーバース - JP
アクロス・ザ・スパイダーバース - JP
Spider-Man: Across the Universe - KR
ספיידר-מן 2: ברחבי מימדי העכביש - IL
스파이더맨: 어크로스 더 스파이더버스 - KR
სპაიდერმენი: სამყაროთა შორის - GE
Người Nhện 2: Du Hành Vũ Trụ Nhện - VN
Человек-паук: Паутина вселенных - RU
Spajdermen: Putovanje kroz Spajder-svet - RS
ობობა-კაცი: ობობის სამყაროთა შორის - GE
სპაიდერმენი: ობობის სამყაროთა შორის - GE
Spider-Man : Seul contre tous - BE
蜘蛛人:穿越新宇宙 - TW
Spider-Man:Across the Spider-Verse - US
蜘蛛侠:纵横宇宙 - CN
Spider Man Across the Spider Verse - US
Spider-Man: A través del Spider-verso - MX
Spider-Man: Cruzando el Multiverso - ES
Spider-Man 2 Across the Spider-Verse - US

United States of America
Runtime: 02 hour 20 minutes
Budget: $100,000,000
Revenue: $690,615,475

Plot Keyword: new york city, hero, sacrifice, superhero, villain, cult, comic book, portal, based on comic, sequel, romance, alter ego, alternate dimension, india, parenting, family, alternate version, super power, brooklyn, new york city, superhero team, spider bite, super villain, cliffhanger, young heroes, teen superhero, teen social issues, chelsea, groundbreaking, complex, alternate universe, teen romance, superhero teamup, female superhero, plot twist, slow burn romance, interdimensional travel, massive, defying fate, awestruck, powerful
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Shameik Moore
Miles Morales (voice)
Hailee Steinfeld
Gwen Stacy (voice)
Brian Tyree Henry
Jeff Morales (voice)
Luna Lauren Velez
Rio Morales (voice)
Jake Johnson
Peter B. Parker (voice)
Oscar Isaac
Miguel O'Hara (voice)
Issa Rae
Jessica Drew (voice)
Daniel Kaluuya
Hobie Brown (voice)
Karan Soni
Pavitr Prabhakar (voice)
Shea Whigham
George Stacy (voice)
Greta Lee
LYLA (voice)
Mahershala Ali
Uncle Aaron (voice)
Amandla Stenberg
Margo Kess: Spider-Byte (voice)
Jharrel Jerome
Miles G. Morales (voice)
Andy Samberg
Ben Reilly (voice)
Jack Quaid
Peter Parker (voice)
Rachel Dratch
Ms. Weber (voice)
Ziggy Marley
Lenny (voice)
Jorma Taccone
Adriano Tumino / '67 (voice)
J.K. Simmons
J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Donald Glover
Aaron Davis
Elizabeth Perkins
May / Quippy Spider-Person (voice)
Kathryn Hahn
Doc Ock (voice)
Ayo Edebiri
Glory (voice)
Antonina Lentini
Betty (voice)
Atsuko Okatsuka
Yuri (voice)
Peter Sohn
Ganke (voice)
Melissa Sturm
Mary Jane (voice)
Lorraine Velez
Maria (voice)
Nic Novicki
Lego Spider-Man (voice)
Taran Killam
Web-Slinger (voice)
Metro Boomin
Metro Spider-Man (voice)
Josh Keaton
Spectacular Spider-Man (voice)
Sofia Barclay
Malala Windsor: Spider-UK (voice)
Danielle Perez
Charlotte Webber: Sun-Spider (voice)
Yuri Lowenthal
Insomniac Spider-Man (voice)
Rita Rani Ahuja
Additional Voices (voice)
Ismail Bashey
Additional Voices (voice)
Oscar Camacho
Additional Voices (voice)
Freddy Ferrari
Additional Voices (voice)
Kerry Gutierrez
Additional Voices (voice)
Kamal Khan
Additional Voices (voice)
Angelo Sekou Kouyate
Additional Voices (voice)
Andrew Leviton
Additional Voices (voice)
David Michie
Additional Voices (voice)
Sumit Naig
Additional Voices (voice)
Juan Pacheco
Additional Voices (voice)
Chrystee Pharris
Additional Voices (voice)
Ben Pronsky
Additional Voices (voice)
Al Rodrigo
Additional Voices (voice)
Stan Sellers
Additional Voices (voice)
Warren Sroka
Additional Voices (voice)
Jasper Johannes Andrews
Additional Voices (voice)
Gredel Berrios Calladine
Additional Voices (voice)
Natalia Castellanos
Additional Voices (voice)
Russell Tyre Francis
Additional Voices (voice)
Deepti Gupta
Additional Voices (voice)
Sohm Kapila
Additional Voices (voice)
Pradnya Kuwadekar
Additional Voices (voice)
Ashley London
Additional Voices (voice)
Christopher Miller
Additional Voices (voice)
Andrea Navedo
Additional Voices (voice)
Lakshmi Patel
Additional Voices (voice)
Jacqueline Pinol
Additional Voices (voice)
Eliyas Qureshi
Additional Voices (voice)
Lashana Rodriguez
Additional Voices (voice)
Jaswant Dev Shrestha
Additional Voices (voice)
Libby Thomas Dickey
Additional Voices (voice)
Jason Linere-White
Additional Voices (voice)
Sitara Attaie
Additional Voices (voice)
Mayuri Bhandari
Additional Voices (voice)
June Christopher
Additional Voices (voice)
Michelle Jubilee Gonzalez
Additional Voices (voice)
Marabina Jaimes
Additional Voices (voice)
Rez Kempton
Additional Voices (voice)
Lex Lang
Additional Voices (voice)
Phil Lord
Additional Voices (voice)
Richard Miro
Additional Voices (voice)
Doug Nicholas
Additional Voices (voice)
Shakira Ja'nai Paye
Additional Voices (voice)
James Pirri
Additional Voices (voice)
Marley Ralph
Additional Voices (voice)
Michelle Ruff
Additional Voices (voice)
Dennis Singletary
Additional Voices (voice)
Amanda Troop
Additional Voices (voice)
Ruth Zalduondo
Additional Voices (voice)
Kimberly Bailey
Additional Voices (voice)
Sanjay Chandani
Additional Voices (voice)
Melanie Duke
Additional Voices (voice)
Jorge R. Gutierrez
Additional Voices (voice)
Miguel Jiron
Additional Voices (voice)
Deepti Kingra-Mickelsen
Additional Voices (voice)
Luisa Leschin
Additional Voices (voice)
Caitlin McKenna
Additional Voices (voice)
Andrew Morgado
Additional Voices (voice)
Arthur Ortiz
Additional Voices (voice)
Eliana A. Perez
Additional Voices (voice)
Juan Pope
Additional Voices (voice)
Mike Rianda
Additional Voices (voice)
Erika Scopelli
Additional Voices (voice)
Narender Sood
Additional Voices (voice)
Cedric L. Williams
Additional Voices (voice)
Kimiko Glenn
Peni Parker (voice) (uncredited)
Peggy Lu
Mrs. Chen (archive footage) (uncredited)
Andrew Garfield
Peter Parker / Spider-Man (archive footage) (uncredited)
Denis Leary
Captain Stacy (archive footage) (uncredited)
Tobey Maguire
Peter Parker / Spider-Man (archive footage) (uncredited)
Cliff Robertson
Ben Parker (archive footage) (uncredited)
Alfred Molina
Doctor Octopus (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)
Post Malone
Brooklyn Bystander (voice) (archive footage) (uncredited)


Life as a teenager is never easy and when you are gifted with the superhuman abilities of a spider and lead a double life as a student and crime fighter; life gets even harder. Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) is finding it even harder to hide his secret from his family who has grown concerned that his erratic behavior is more than the usual teenage angst. In another earth, Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) deals with her Police officer father desperately hunting down her alter-ego believing that she is a killer which drives a wedge between them as Gwen desperately tries to find her way forward. In “Spider-Man Across the Spider-Verse audiences learn that what one perceives as reality is often just the corner of a much larger picture and when Miles confronts what he dismisses as a “Villain of the Week” in a quirky enemy known as The Spot (Jason Schwartzman), starts a campaign against Spider-Man, he soon finds that the threat is much larger than he expected and secretly follows a visiting Gwen into an another Earth where his actions soon draw the attention of a larger temporal Spider squad. Motivated by his feelings for Gwen and a desire to do good, Miles looks to undo the damage that the Spot is causing across various Earths and learns that each one has its own version of Spider-man or Woman to protect it. At this point the film goes into overdrive as Miles learns more about his past and how he became Spider-Man but also learns more about the cost that his powers enact on his life and those around him. There are plenty of special moments and guest appearances that follow from the more obscure to the mainstream and the range of emotions from the audience at the press screening as they reacted to the film showed they were deeply engaged and loving it. The film does take a darker turn and does end in a cliffhanger which sets up the next film very well but also may be a bit darker than younger viewers might want. That being said; I enjoyed this film far more than I did the prior film. I found the animation style a bit off-putting as the jerky way the characters moved was a bit much over the length of a feature film. This time around there is a mix of animation styles throughout and at times in the same frame which may be a bit hard for some as the film does come at the viewer with waves of flashing lights, sounds, and animations that very cleverly mimic reading a comic complete with small boxes to define various characters from time to time. The film runs nearly two and a half hours and did seem to go on a bit long at times but thanks to the great voice-acting and strong cast as well as engaging storyline I found myself eagerly looking forward to the next film. I first saw a rough cut of a scene at Cinemacon in 2022 and it was amazing seeing the final scene near the opening of the film as it was a rare instance of a film surpassing expectations and delivers the storyline and action with a good dose of solid characters that fans will love. 4.5 stars out of 5


Sad night tonight. After 80-odd years, this was the last film to show in my local cinema before it closed down. Doubly sad because it’s also not actually very good. The conceptualisation behind the hybrid styles of animation is spectacular and executed in an highly polished fashion - as you’d expect. The story is all over the pace though, and the proliferation of Spidey’s seemed designed more to allow the narrative to become more culturally inclusive (and bankable) rather than to develop any meaningful characterisations. What personas there are spend their time wallowing in a mire of unrequited and/or confused familial love, or teenage angst more suitable in a soap. The dialogue has it’s moments - assuming you can catch it - and there’s a bit of humour to be found but I found the audio mix made following all that was said became a bit wearisome after a first hour that really does depend on your having watched (and remembering) the first - in my view far better - instalment. This whole “multiverse” theme can keep on recycling itself ad nauseam but if the writing remains at this unremarkable level then I’m not sure I’ll be bothering with the next set of repetitively set-piece adventures for “Miles” and his parents, love interest and fellow Spider-folk.

Manuel São Bento

FULL SPOILER-FREE REVIEW @ https://www.firstshowing.net/2023/review-spider-man-across-the-spider-verse-is-an-animated-work-of-art/ "Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is the epitome of incredibly detailed, gorgeously unique, undeniably epic animation within its medium. Separately from enjoying this movie or not, any or all cinephiles should bow to the ridiculously talented artists and animators behind this pure work of art. That said, the attributes and issues are more or less the same as the original. The various animation styles are overwhelmingly stunning, but also to the point of creating confusing moments. Gwen Stacy stands out from the rest of the pack – both the character and Hailee Steinfeld's voice performance – but everyone on screen is impressively captivating. The voice cast is superb all-around. An unfinished story – remember, this is the first of two parts – about what it really means to be a hero. The 140-minute runtime isn't exactly heavy, but the necessity to resort to exposition scenes is more frequent than in the previous flick, even though the narrative complexity ends up justifying this. A must-see movie in the cinema! Go support animation." Rating: A-

Chris Sawin

And perhaps _Beyond the Spider-Verse_ will retroactively make Across’ story more enjoyable, but for now, the franchise’s flashy visuals are fully in controls of its web-shooters. As a stand alone feature, _Across the Spider-Verse_ is groundbreaking with its half-a-dozen animation styles and plethora of Spider-Men. The Spot is an insanely cool villain, Spider-Man 2099 is an anti-hero teetering on the verge of becoming a full-time villain, and Spider-Punk oozes overall awesomeness. But with the film sitting at 162 minutes and a sequel on the way in less than a year, the story ultimately feels like it’s stretched beyond its means. **Full review:** https://boundingintocomics.com/2023/06/07/spider-man-across-the-spider-verse-review-a-stunning-labyrinthine-benchmark-for-animation/


I don't know, but in my humble opinion, the punk Spider-Man really needed to look like Johnny Rotten, Sid Vicious, someone from the Sex Pistols. He sort of screamed them in the way he was depicted, right down to the multi-media used around him. They really missed an opportunity for if not a great pop culture reference, but at least an in-joke for the punk community. I mean, throw us a bone here. He spent half his time mocking us anyway (in a pretty hysterical way) at least give us the laugh when they do the face reveal. Anyway, it's not bad. Miles is less... boring in this cartoon than he is in the comics where he's developed the moniker "Mild Morales." He actually has more depth of character here and is forced to face some serious choices and turning points (Hey Marvel, you could learn a lesson here). But he also took a bit of a back seat to Stacey, who seemed to be the star of the show until there was an abrupt switch... which irritated me. It sort of screamed ensemble cast, but really it just shifter from one lead to the other a bit abruptly. As far as complaints go, that's pretty bare bones. It also gave Spidey 2099 a sort of bad spin despite being the most beloved of the 2099 line and the coolest costume design of any spider. So for us Gen-Xers, it sort of burned. At least I'm old enough to have been looking forward to his inclusion only to be a little disappointed. And I am still very upset over how Peter is portrayed, but they are slowly redeeming his character. Over-all though, it's not bad. It's better than just about all of the current Super-Hero movies and, honestly, it's probably the only cape franchise that people are still interested in... because it isn't totally political BS.


Rating: 9.5 Overall, another groundbreaking film in the franchise that only builds on everything they created in the previous film as the brilliant animation and incredible writing is used to show the audience a well-rounded story about a Spider-Man who is trying to find his place in the world, with the only major drawback of the movie being that it suffers from the flaws of it being one of two parts.

Louisa Moore - Screen Zealots

I don’t have that much to say about “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse”, the sequel to the equally terrific 2018 Oscar winning film “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse,” except that it’s easily one of the best films of the year. It’s the type of achievement in animation that’s not only artistically skilled but also wildly entertaining. This is one of the most perfect pieces of animated cinema in years and even better, it’s aimed squarely at more sophisticated audiences of older kids, teens, and adults. Miles Morales (voice of Shameik Moore) is back for part two, and he’s happily fulfilling his duties as Brooklyn’s friendly neighborhood superhero. Miles finds himself joining forces with Gwen Stacy (voice of Hailee Steinfeld) and a new team of elite Spider heroes (featuring the voices of Jake Johnson, Karan Soni, Issa Rae, and others) from across the multiverse as they work together to fight off a powerful villain. The plot is complex, but the story is terrific. The parallel universes at play don’t feel like a gimmick, and there are real stakes for every character. There are strong messages about teamwork, friendship, power, and responsibility, and it’s nice to see more female representation in a film that prides itself on diversity and inclusion. The story is a little slow at the start, but things pick up ones Miles enters the picture. His relationship with Gwen is developed extensively here, and they’re a great onscreen duo. The film is computer-animated, and the visuals are nothing short of masterful. The animation is vibrant, skillfully executed, and absolutely stunning. This is the type of visual art that leaves your eyes begging for more. From the attention to detail to the choice of hues, there isn’t one misstep to be found. The story, however, has a few stumbles, and most of that stems from the overly long run time (2 hours, 20 minutes), the too-insider Easter egg references for diehard comic fans, and the irritating cliffhanger ending that is so obnoxious that it almost ruins everything that came before. Thank goodness the rest of the movie is so much fun. “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” is the type of film that proves animation isn’t just for kids, and it’s certainly not a throwaway medium that deserves to be dismissed. It’s an action-packed, visually dazzling, frentic, and outrageously fun piece of cinema. Go see it. By: Louisa Moore


Incredible non stop action movie


“It’s like if The Raid met Into The Spiderverse”

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