Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse actor Shameik Moore has teased a little bit about what we can expect in the third film in the hugely-successful animated trilogy.
Moore, who voices Miles Morales, attended the premiere of Sony's live-action Spidey-adjacent film Madame Web and told ScreenRant: "You can expect Miles and Gwen. You can expect everything you're expecting [from] the continuation from the second one.
"You can expect to see The Spot. You can expect some action-packed energy and some dilemmas and problems to solve."
Although originally announced to follow hot on the heels of Across the Spider-Verse, it was reported that production wasn't far enough along to meet that plan, before work on the film stopped due to the Hollywood strikes.
Dialogue recording began again recently, with producer Christopher Miller sharing an update in December.
"We're in production," he said. "We're really excited about where the story is going. I think it's a very satisfying conclusion to the trilogy and it's as emotional as the other ones. We're knee-deep in it."
The second film ended with the main Miles ending in a universe where his counterpart had become the villainous Prowler, while Miguel O'Hara and the Spider Society were after him to prevent his father's predetermined death and The Spot was preparing to launch an attack on the multiverse.
Meanwhile, Madame Web has been screened for critics ahead of its imminent release. The reactions have been less than positive so far.
Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse does not currently have a release date. Madame Web will be released in cinemas tomorrow (February 14).
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