Although the Marvel Cinematic Universe is in a rather unstable moment after the harsh criticism of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, the House of Ideas continues to have a pretty good horizon outside of the UCM. One of the most anticipated movies of this year is Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiversethe sequel to the hit film produced by Sony released in 2018.
After a major delay to the tin equator, Miles Morales has not stopped having problems in production despite the good looks of the film with the trailers that have come out these months. As the journalist Matthew Belloni has been able to tell through his podcast, several serious problems have appeared with some scenes of the film, causing many of them to have to be remade from scratch.
This, obviously, has led to a significant budget increase of the film, although other factors have been added such as the possible appearance of Tom Holland in the film. These problems may also have been the main reason why they have delayed the feature film up to two timesalthough luckily this does not seem to be a reason to postpone the film even more knowing the success it will have in theaters.
Sure, Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse has had its fair share of bumps from which it never seemed to recover, but if we had to trust anyone, it was Spider-Man. We remind you that the new film by Miles Morales will hit theaters around the world next June 2, 2023.