Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse: Better Than Spider-Man 2? Early Reactions Are Pouring High Praise For Sony's Animated Superhero Film!
Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse still (photo credits: Sony)

It may be just one more month left for 2018 to end, and yet we are still two superhero movies away. Aquaman and Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse are both coming out next month and going through the promos, both looks like a visual treat for all superhero fans. Unlike the live-action Aquaman movie, Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse is an animated film from Sony Pictures, that focuses on Miles Morales, the first black character to don the Spidey suit. However, Peter Parker, the most popular Spidey, is also making an appearance in a supporting role and so are a few more Spidey versions like Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Gwen, Sp//dr (Peni Parker) and Spider-Ham! Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer 2: Spider-Ham and Peni Parker Join Peter Parker, Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen.

And like Aquaman, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has confidently held special early screenings for the media and fans. While the screenings were held last week, it is today that the embargo has been lifted and the praises are pouring in for the film. Interestingly, even with the embargo, some of the lucky ones who got to watch the movie, had tweeted their admiration for the film much before, with many even comparing it to Spider-Man 2, currently opined as the best Spider-Man movie ever made. Most of the praise go for the narration and animation. Spider-Man: Far From Home Filming Wrapped; Tom Holland Drops The First Look Of The New Spidey-Suit - View Pic

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Going by the above praises, if Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse turns out to be really good and works at the box office too, it will be a sweet victory for its director duo, Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie, 21 Jump Street reboot). The duo, known for their quirky comedic sense and vivid imagination, was ousted from Solo: A Star Wars Story after near completing the film, as what they shot was not in alignment with Disney's safe vision. Ron Howard was brought in to change the film, but the move did little to change things for the better. Solo: A Star Wars Story ended up disappointing at the box office, the first flop in the Star Wars history.

Anyways, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is all set to release in India on December 14, though with the multiple films coming out on that date (Aquaman, Mauli etc), things could change!