We now know where Miles Morales has been between the Spider-Verse movies


Speaking to Entertainment Weekly for a Questions and answers on Twitter Following the release of the latest teaser, writers Chris Miller and Phil Lord discussed Miles’ situation in his superhero career and, more importantly, how he’s trying to balance everything with his high school life.

“He tried to put on big shoes,” the writers said. “[He’s] realizing that it’s not that easy to juggle family and grow up as a spider, and that it’s all on your own to hide the truth about yourself from the people you love. A. Parker (Chris Pine), who died in the last movie, there was Jake Johnson’s Peter B. Parker, who taught him all about acts of faith, while still keeping an eye on his hands.

It’s a routine conflict that many heroes have encountered over the years: the great responsibility that comes with great power. We can see how he handles things when he’s kicked out of Brooklyn and back to an alternate-dimensional Spideys world – including Oscar Isaac’s Spider-Man 2099 and Issa Rae’s Spider-Woman – when “Spider- Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) “hits theaters on October 7, 2022.

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