Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse First Trailer Disappoints, Pits Oscar Isaac’s Spider-Man 2099 Against Miles Morales

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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-verse part 1 has finally dropped its first trailer after a long wait, giving the first-ever idea of what Oscar Isaac’s Miguel O’Hara would look like in the newest installment of the Spider-Verse movies. The trailer gave the fans a lot of new content, however, for the audience, there was more to be expected.

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A still from the trailer of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

The trailer showed a lot of what Miles Morales’ life would be like after the events of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse. The first movie was a smashing success, but the sequel’s trailer has gotten somewhat mixed reviews, some even claiming it to be rather disappointing, even though it introduced multiple new versions of the character.

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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Trailer Releases With Various New Versions Of The Web-Slinger

The new trailer of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse sees Miles Morales meet Spider-Gwen who then takes him on an adventure where he meets up with vast and various Spider-Man including the fan favorite Insomniac version which was introduced in the PlayStation 4 game. It showed an entire forest of web-slingers and the growth of Miles as a character. The trailer included some familiar faces and some new ones as well.

Oscar Isaac as Miguel O’Hara

Although it did not reveal much, it included Miguel O’Hara’s Spider-Man 2099 fighting Miles and after a point, every other variant of the character is against Brooklyn’s hero. The two were jumping from one universe to another, fighting off each other and every other aspect of the trailer is most definitely a visual adventure. It revisited a lot of what the previous movie built, making fans both satisfied and left wanting more. It also showed both of Miles’ parents, Jefferson Davis, and Rip Morales. The movie would see the return of Shameik Moore, Hailey Steinfeld, and Jake Johnson alongside Oscar Isaac and Issa Rae joining the cast.

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Fans Deem The Trailer To Be Rather Disappointing After Such A Long Wait

A still from the trailer

After viewing the highly anticipated trailer, fans had been divided into two, some being highly excited for what is to come, while others were confused and disappointed due to having to wait so long without much of an outcome. This created a split between them, half the fans asking for more content, while others fawning over the cameos of different Spider-Men.

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Many did not expect Spider-Man 2099 to fight against Miles Morales and instead wanted him to be side by side with the protagonist. They were ecstatic to see the multiple variations, however, the fans just wanted more to be offered in terms of what they shall be expecting story-wise.

Also Read: “Let’s say…anything is possible”: Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Might Really Be Bringing Tom Holland’s Web-Slinger After Producer Chris Miller Teases Potential Appearance

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