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"So we're just supposed to let people die because some algorithm says that that's supposed to happen? You realize how messed up that sounds, right?"
Miles Morales

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is a 2023 American computer-animated superhero film featuring the Marvel Comics character of the same name. This film is the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and is directed by Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, and Justin K. Thompson, from a screenplay written by Phil Lord, Christopher Miller and David Callaham.


After reuniting with Gwen Stacy, Brooklyn's full-time, friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. But when the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles finds himself pitted against the other Spiders and must redefine what it means to be a hero so he can save the people he loves most.


On Earth-65, sixteen months after the destruction of the Alchemax collider, Gwen Stacy is struggling to live up to the expectations of her father, who does not know she is Spider-Woman and is hunting her in revenge because of his belief that she caused the death of her universe's Peter Parker. One night, after hearing about a possible intruder in the Guggenheim Museum, she heads over to confront the threat, only to run into a Renaissance-themed Vulture that comes from an alternate universe. Shortly afterward, Miguel O'Hara and Jessica Drew arrive through portals and subdue Vulture. In the aftermath, Gwen reveals herself to her father, who is distraught and attempts to arrest her. Drew suggests to a reluctant O'Hara that Gwen join the "Spider-Society," which he begrudgingly accepts. The three then leave Earth-65.

Back on Earth-1610, in Brooklyn, Miles Morales is adapting to being Spider-Man and is struggling to live up to his parents' expectations while mourning the departure of Gwen. On the day of his evaluation at school with his parents, he visits a convenience store where he encounters The Spot, a scientist who was infused with portals on his body in the aftermath of the explosion of the collider at Alchemax. After a brief fight, Miles subdues Spot, but he eventually breaks out and confronts him again and brings him to Alchemax, blaming him for his dilemma before accidentally transporting himself into a void where he begins using his portals to travel to other universes with the Alchemax collider. Later, Gwen travels to Miles while secretly watching Spot, who created his own collider and is becoming even more dangerous. Drew contacts Gwen and instructs her to leave Miles behind to confront Spot, but unbeknownst to them, Miles follows them into the portal.

In Mumbattan on Earth-50101, they encounter Pavitr Prabhakar and Hobie Brown before confronting Spot in the Alchemax collider, who successfully absorbs the device's power before escaping. Mumbattan begins falling apart from the disruption of a "canon event" after Miles saves a captain, who turns out to be Prabhakar's girlfriend's father. Members of the Spider-Society arrive to assess the damage of the dimensional anomaly, while Miles, Gwen, Prabhakar, and Brown are sent to the headquarters on Earth-928, where hundreds of Spider-Man variants reside. They meet up with O'Hara, who tells Miles that he is risking the destruction of the multiverse, as Miles was not supposed to be in Mumbattan; though Peter B. Parker arrives to defend Miles with his daughter, Mayday. O'Hara explains how "canon" works in each Spider-Man's story and the fabric of the multiverse, and that all Spider-Men must suffer sacrifices to maintain a stable multiverse.

Miles, realizing that his father dying at the hands of Spot is a canon event, flees to save him, causing Brown to quit the Society and O'Hara to order all the Spider-People to apprehend Miles. After a long chase, O'Hara strikes down Miles, telling him that he never was supposed to become Spider-Man, with the spider that bit him actually being from an alternate universe, making Miles the first canon anomaly. Miles breaks free, heading back to his home world to save his father. Seeing Gwen as a liability, O'Hara kicks her out of the Spider-Society and sends her back to her universe. Gwen returns home and reconciles with her father, who has decided to resign as police captain. Realizing that her father’s resignation is evidence that canon can be violated, Gwen decides to aid Miles. She leaves Earth-65 using a bootleg watch Brown had given to her father addressed to her. Arriving back in his apartment, Miles reveals to his mother that he is Spider-Man, whom she appears not to recognize. He encounters his uncle, Aaron Davis, and Miles realizes that he is in Earth-42, the dimension home to the spider that originally bit him, where his father has already died, and Spider-Man does not exist.

Aaron interrogates Miles as to who he is, and Miles realizes that Aaron is not the Prowler before he is encountered by the Miles of Earth-42, who has become the Prowler. O'Hara, Drew, and Ben Reilly arrive to find Miles on Earth-1610 just as the Spot arrives to kill Miles' father. Gwen, after speaking with Rio and Jefferson on Earth-1610, assembles a team with Peter B., Mayday, Prabhakar, Brown, Margo Kess, Spider-Man Noir, Peni Parker, and Spider-Ham to find Miles. Back in Earth-42, Miles prepares to escape his binds.



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  • Multiverse
    • E-1610
    • E-616
      • Earth
      • United States of America
      • New York
      • New York City
      • Queens (First appearance)
        • Parker Residence (First appearance)
      • E-65
        • Earth
        • United States of America
        • New York
        • New York City
      • E-928
        • Earth
        • United States of America
        • Nueva York
          • Spider-Society's Headquarters
      • E-50101
        • Earth
        • India
        • Mumbattan
      • E-138
        • Earth
        • United States of America
        • New York
        • New York City


  • Jonathan Ohnn's Campaign
    • Confrontation at the Store
    • Battle of Brooklyn
    • Overload at Alchemax


  • Spider-Man Suit (includes many versions of the suit)
  • Multiversal Travel Watch
    • Gizmo
    • Web-Watch
  • Web-Shooters (includes many versions of the web-shooters)


  • Jessica Drew's Motorcycle

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Production history[]

By the end of November 2018, ahead of the release of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) the following month, Sony Pictures Animation had begun developing a sequel due to the "incredible buzz" surrounding the project[2]. The sequel was to continue the story of Shameik Moore's Miles Morales/Spider-Man[3][4], working from "seeds [that were] planted" throughout the first film.[2] Joaquim Dos Santos and David Callaham were set to direct and write, respectively, with Amy Pascal returning from the first film as producer. The other producers of the first film—Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Avi Arad, and Christina Steinberg—were all also expected to return in some capacities[2]. The next month, Pascal revealed that the film would focus on Miles and Hailee Steinfeld's Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman, exploring a romance between the characters that was cut from the first film, and that the sequel would be a "launching pad" for a previously announced female-focused spin-off film starring Steinfeld[4]. Sony officially confirmed the sequel in November 2019, with a release date of April 8, 2022, with Lord and Miller returning as producers[5]. In April 2020, Sony shifted the film's release to October 7, 2022, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[6]

In February 2021, Miller said that he and Lord were working on the film's screenplay with Callaham, and that Peter Ramsey would be an executive producer on the sequel after co-directing the first film.[7] That April, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson were announced as co-directors alongside Dos Santos, and that all three had worked on the project since it began. (Thompson was production designer on the first film.) Arad and Steinberg were confirmed to return as producers with Lord, Miller and Pascal, with Alonzo Ruvalcaba co-producing and Aditya Sood, Into the Spider-Verse directors Bob Persichetti and Rodney Rothman, and Rebecca Karch and Brian Michael Bendis joining Ramsey as executive producers.[8]

In December, Lord and Miller revealed that the film was being split into two parts: Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) and (Part Two), because they had written the story they wanted to tell for the sequel and realized it was too much for one film. Work on both parts was taking place simultaneously[9]. The sequels were renamed in April 2022, becoming Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse and Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse. Their release dates were shifted then, with Across the Spider-Verse pushed back to June 2, 2023[10][11][12]. Lord and Miller said that they had told Sony the sequel would be the same size as Into the Spider-Verse, but it ended up having the largest crew of any animated film ever, with around 1,000 people working on it. They added that the film had 240 characters and would take place across six universes.[13]


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