The composer of the score for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has assured that the animated film will be “revolutionary.”
In 2018 Spider-Man: A New Universe was unanimously consecrated by fans as the best feature film dedicated to Webweave not only for the revolutionary animation technique patented by Sony Pictures Animation but also for the love that the screenwriters and directors of the film have for the character, winning a Golden Globe it’s a Prize Oscar for the Best Film of animation. The sequel, originally scheduled forApril 8 of the 2022 and later postponed to October 7, 2022 and then al June 2, 2023was presented during the CCXP Experienceaccompanied by the official title: Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Also, surprisingly, this film will be divided into two parts and both will be set in various alternate universes.
During a promotional interview granted exclusively to Screen Rant for The Afterparty And Slow Horsesthe composer Daniel Pemberton talked about Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, which he will start working on in the coming months. When asked whether from his point of view the sequel will surpass its predecessorthe composer explained that the creative team is working hard to make the best movie possiblepromising an adventure with ideas and techniques “revolutionary“:
“Well, I hope so. I think everyone involved in the making is really pushing for the best possible result. I’m really happy, we have more time to work on it. I’ve seen what they’re trying to do and it’s great. Some of the ideas and techniques seem truly revolutionary. I think sometimes, when people make sequels, they think, ‘Let’s do this fast. Nobody will care, but we will still make a lot of money. ‘ But there is one thing that happens when you disappoint people who have a lot of hope. “
“I think it all started with [Star Wars] The Phantom Menace, there was so much hope for that movie and expectations and I think it was the first time people started feeling really disappointed.. I think with Spider-Verse we had a chance to really do something magical and I think all the people who work there know that. Working on the film is going to consume my life… well, it’s really consuming their lives. I’ll keep my hands clean for a month or so and then I’ll give it my all. “