A crossover with Marvel’s live-action heroes isn’t off the counter for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse( Part One ), according to the producers of the upcoming animated film. Phil Lord and Christopher Miller were recently on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, where they were asked about connecting the #SpiderVerse to the overall MCU following what was witnessed in Spider-Man: No Way Home. While this isn’t a solid confirmation that the Spider-Verse is connected to the overall MCU, Lord and Miller’s explains presumably lend credence to their appointed world being part of a larger cinematic macrocosm more to be seen. This also isn’t the first time we’ve been tantalized by a potential live-action crossover with the MCU. Last-place time while speaking with SYFY WIRE, Tom Holland and Zendaya both said they’d love to be part of the upcoming two-part Spider-Verse movies, to which producer Chris Miller tweeted out a GIF that simply said, “Call Me.” After the remarkable success of Spider-Man: No Way Home which covered variou universes within the Spider-Man live-action film franchise, perhaps Sony’s lastly able to see the potential of bring back those heavy-hitters for another multiverse outing in the upcoming animated Spider-Verse movies? We’ll see when part one of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse smacks theaters October 7th. #SpiderManNoWayHome lastly corroborated its first streaming service, and it’s not Disney +. No Way Home will be arriving on Starz sometime over the next six months. And ultimately, performer Stellan Skarsgard who seemingly reconfirmed that the Rogue One spinoff streaks, Andor, will be getting a second season.

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