Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
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Associated Studio(s)

Marvel Entertainment Group / Sony Pictures Imageworks / Pascal Pictures

Synopsis

After joining a new middle school, Miles becomes the next Spider-Man after getting bitten by a radioactive spider. On top of that, Kingpin's crew has split apart the multiverse creating severe damage to Manhattan. It's up to Miles and 5 other Spider-People to save the world and learn that anyone can wear the mask no matter your background.
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Characters

Spider-Man (Peter Parker)
(Voice: Chris Pine)
Spider-Ham (Peter Porker)
(Voice: John Mulaney)
Spider-Man (Miles Morales)
(Voice: Shameik Moore)
Spider-Woman /Spider-Gwen (Gwen Stacy)
(Voice: Hailee Steinfeld)
Spider-Man Noir (Peter Parker)
(Voice: Nicolas Cage)
Peni Parker
(Voice: Kimiko Glenn)
Spider-Man (Peter B. Parker)
(Voice: Jake Johnson)

Caricatures

Stan Lee
(Voice: Stan Lee)

Music Sources

Post Malone & Swae Lee : "Sunflower "
Blackway & Black Caviar : "What's Up Danger "
Pierpont, James & Phil Lord : "Spidey Bells (A Hero's Lament) "
Nicki Minaj, Anuel AA and Bantu : "Familia "
Staples, Vince, David Biral and Denzel Michael-Akil Baptiste : "Home "
Webster, Paul Francis & Robert Harris : "Theme from Spiderman "


Awards

Won the 2019 Golden Globe: Best Animated Feature Film
Won the 2019 Annie Award: Outstanding Achievement, Character Designin an Animated Feature Production
Won the 2019 Annie Award: Outstanding Achievement, Character Animation in an Animated Feature Production (Awarded to David Han)
Won the 2019 Annie Award: Outstanding Achievement, Editorial in an Animated Feature Production: (Awarded to Bob Fisher, Andrew Leviton, and Vivek Sharma)
Won the 2019 Annie Award: Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated Feature Production (Awarded to Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman)
Won the 2019 Annie Award: Best Animated Feature
Won the 2019 Academy Award (Oscar): Best Animated Feature Film

Distributor(s)

Columbia

Inside Jokes

  • On Miles' dad's contact list, Steve Ditko is listed, who was the co-creator and artist on the first few Spider-Man issues.
  • Phil Lord and Chris Miller's animated series Clone High is referenced in the New York City advestisements. The sign pokes fun at the potential spin-off ideas to the series that never saw the light of day, including one where the main cast goes to college.
  • Spider-Ham quotes the famous line, "That's All Folks" from the highly influential Looney Tunes cartoons from Warner Bros (which helped to influence the style of the character himself).

Trivia

  • During the opening Spider-Man introduction, numerous scenes make reference to the Sam Raimi Spider-Man film trilogy. In addition, the opening theme song to the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon is shown briefly.
  • The New York City ads in the film make reference to several movies, albums and toys. Edgar Wright's Shaun of the Dead is referenced, the Mr. Potato Head line of toys is parodied as "Mr. Tomato Head", the music team the Blue Man Group are parodied as the "Red Man Group" and The Weekend album Starboy is referenced..
  • The Columbia Pictures logo features various versions of the iconic logo including the animated cowgirl titles to the 1965 film "Cat Ballou".

DVD

United States

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

BluRay Disc

United States

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Blu-Ray + DVD + Digital)

4K Ultra HD

United States

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 01:56:50
MPAA No.: 51438
MPAA Rating: PG
Animation Type: Computer Animation (CGI)
Aspect Ratio: 2.39:1
Color Type: Color
Sound Type: Dolby Atmos
Print Type: Digital Cinema Package (DCP)
Cinematographic Format: Dolby Vision
Original Language: English
Original Country: United States

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