It was on June 2 when Spider-Man: Crossing the Multiverse appeared before us to be able to enjoy it in movie theaters. A fabulous adventure that allows us to accompany Miles Morales on his journey through different realities bumping into other wall-crawlers. Now, more than two weeks after its premiere, a revealing detail has been revealed.
Viewers have begun to realize that the film they have seen different versions. No, it is not a collective madness, but something real, since similar sequences that change different details have been put face to face. For example, Spider-Man 2099 interacts with his assistant Lyla and in one version he points his finger at him Miguel O’Hara and in the other he takes a selfie with a bunny filter.
Another example is the Scarlet Spider changing the joke he says to Miles Morales as he chases him, so we’re talking about minor modifications. In essence, the film is the same, but to clear up any doubts, Andrew Leviton, the film’s associate editor, has appeared, who has revealed on Twitter that everything is completely true.
I was wondering when people would start to notice…
However, two issues remain to be resolved. The first is if there are other changes throughout the footage, which is more than likely, and it will be a lot of fun to find them. The second is whether this was Sony’s original plan when it released the film or whether it has made changes to improve sound.
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