I know the world’s going to shit, right now – we currently can’t leave the house unless we’re wearing a hazmat suit… Until next week when the Prime Minister’s opening all pubs. It all makes sense.
Buuuuuuuut, there is a silver lining; we’re getting an Into the Spider-Verse sequel as well as a Miles Morales spin-off video game. I’m literally catching spiders and pushing them into my hands in a mad attempt to be bitten, just to be closer to Spidey.
Sadly, we have to wait several months until we even get our next dose of Morales goodness – when the Spider-Man video game hits the PlayStation 5 in November/December this year. This is where a true hero enters; ApexForm.
The digital artist casted Miles Morales in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Stranger Things‘ Caleb McLaughlin as the webslinger, who was previously referred to as Aaron Davis’ nephew in a Spider-Man: Homecoming deleted scene.
And if you’re unsure, and need more reason to cast Caleb in the role he was pretty much born for – Miles Morales – just know he took on the sodding Mind Flayer; I’m pretty sure he can beat up Hypno-Hustler. (Yes, he’s a real Spidey villain. Google him.)
Shameik Moore, who voiced Miles in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, shared his interest in portraying Miles Morales in an upcoming live-action performance, but did admit he’d probably be too old for the role.
There is very little confirmed for the third instalment in the Spider-Man: Homecoming franchise, apart from the fact that Amy Pascal confirmed that the title will have the word ‘Home’ in it.
It’s rumoured to be released after Venom: Let There Be Carnage, which many believe will feature a cameo from Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, alongside Tom Hardy.