In early June, the world finally got to see Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse, the sequel to the hit animated film starring Miles Morales. The reception by the public could not have been better, and many already consider this film the best installment of the wall-crawler. However, the process of making this film turned out to be a hell.
Through a Vulture report, several animators involved in the film have denounced the bad conditions they worked on during production. As reported in the report, due to delays caused by the pandemic, several entertainers they had to work 11 hours a day, 7 days a weekand even had to recheck the work in the final rendering stage up to five times.
Among those affected, several of them affirm that more than 100 artists had to leave the project during production due to the extreme conditions in which they worked. In addition, many say that it is practically impossible for the third film starring miles morales be completed on time, as so far only different concepts have been explored and tested before splitting the film into two parts.
Obviously, these are currently statements and there is no proof that they are true, but considering that the situations of labor exploitation within the industry are unfortunately more common than it seems, we would not be surprised if this case is true.
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