Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse 2

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Last Friday, Chris Miller announced on his Twitter a date has been locked for the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse: April 8, 2022.

In addition, despite the film not meeting its hopeful goal of $200 million, Miller and Phil Lord made the announcement that they are including the Japanese Spider-Man in the sequel. The character was the star of a 1978 TV series revolving around a motorcycle racer who is injected with the blood of the last survivor of Planet Spider and given a bracelet that gives him his outfit. This Spider-Man even had his own mecha, Leopordon. I wonder if the mecha will be a part of the sequel as well.

A glimpse of the Japanese Spider-Man for those who are unfamilar:
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I wasn't a big fan of the first one. I guess it was just an introduction film so it was incredibly lack luster. My husband doesn't want to see it at all because he couldn't get through the first act of Spiderverse 1 but I'm confident that the sequel will be more focused on doing something interesting and therefore will be better but we'll see.
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I'm into it. First one was very good. If I felt letdown at all its only because people were so effusive about it, but still really strong movie, and a really fun concept. Art style was tremendous.

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I liked the first one a lot more than I thought I would; exceptional animation with a lot of fun set pieces and characters.

Looking forward to the second one!
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Me too, the first one was my favorite, everything was on point in it