In another reality, Miles Morales, a teenager, has been bitten by a radioactive spider and gets superpowers. He becomes the new spider-man. But when Kingpin opens other portals to other dimensions, Miles realizes that he's not the only web-slinger. If you're starting to feel tired of all the big-screen adventures of spider-man, you'll be forgiven. The last decade has given us three different Peter Parkers with three different sets of powers and skills, as well as three different sets of responsibilities and villains. So we thank Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse for skipping the traditional storyline and giving us five different Spider-Man stories at once.
Right from the first scene, this movie is completely different from the other live-action versions in every way. The former remakes attempted to tone down the comics' wackiness, but this version embraces it in all its glory. The storyline is pretty simple: your bog-standard girl-meets-boy-stumbles-across-a-supervillain-accidentally-opening-a-portal-to-multiple-dimensions. The attention is on Miles Morales, the first black character to play the beloved webslinger's role. Miles is a different kind of spider-man; he's extremely smart like Peter Parker but prefers to stay home and listen to old school music with his uncle instead of trying to navigate through high school. Witty, funny, and crazy, this version brings a new perspective to the friendly neighborhood superhero story. We love Miles and can't wait to play Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales! Here's hoping he's in the upcoming Spiderman live-action movie!
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