Recently on Josh Horowitz’s Happy Sad Confused podcast, Christopher Miller and Phil Lord have teased the fans once again with the idea of tying the Spider-Verse with the MCU live-action heroes. Upon being asked the question of their thoughts on the idea, the makers responded quite an ambiguous statement, saying, “The multiverse is big and wide. All things grow. Why would you think a Multiverse, in which many things are possible, that those things are not related?” Lords further added to the statement jokingly that everything in the multiverse is possible except what everyone wants.
This podcast wasn’t the first time the makers of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse have talked about the connections between the multiverse and MCU. Miller and Lord had previously stated that everything is a part of the Spider-Verse while talking about the fan theory of Miles Morales being a part of No Way Home, though the two admitted that the cameo is not happening. Though Miles did not show up in the movie himself, there has been a reference to him in the Spider-Man: Homecoming movie by Aaron Davis. He did not take his name, but a joke was made that hinted towards Miles Morales.
About other Spider-Man’s other properties owned by Sony, Venom – Eddy Brock had thrown into Marvel’s universe in the mid-credit scene of Venom: Let There Be Carnage. It was due to the glitch created by Spider-Man in No Way Home but the time-warping spell cast by Doctor Strange. Though he was taken back when the spell was fixed.
The actors – Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jason Batalon have stated that they want to be a part of the Spider-Verse. Though the makers have not said anything officially about it.
Lord and Miller have also teaed the idea that each world across the Spider-Verse will be created in an artistic way to match their world’s Spider-Man. The idea was also a part of the first film’s teaser. When Miles encounters Isaac, the world is different looking from his. Also, Miles Morales and the other previous movie stars would not be a part of the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part 1). It will feature new Spider-Variants including a female Spider-Variant and a Japanese Spider-Man.