Chris Miller is talking about the demands placed on the production of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.  1

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Miller co-wrote and produced the next animated movie, which is a follow-up to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse from last year. 

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he first film’s main character was Miles Morales, a teenager from New York City who, following Spider-death, Man’s discovers his own superhuman talents and the existence of alternative realities .

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In the next film, which will be released in cinemas on June 2, Miles reunites with Spider-Gwen and ventures throughout the universe to try to protect other Spider-People from a lethal menace. 

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Fans have been eager to return to the Spider-Man world ever since Miller hinted at Miles’ journey in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse back in November.  

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However, the co-writer recently said that the Spider-Man sequels are under pressure.  

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Miller stated in an interview with The Wrap that providing “something that people didn’t even realize that they wanted is crucial.”  

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He continued that it can be difficult to provide anything distinct, and the movie shouldn’t seem too much like the first. 

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At the time of its first release, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had a respectable box office performance, but it has subsequently grown in popularity.  

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It won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature and was praised by audiences and reviewers alike for its animation style and graphics. It also gained additional viewers through streaming.  

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