“Spider-Man: Through the Spiderverse”: Tom Holland and Zendaya want to be in the animation

It seems that starring in the live-action “Spider-Man” movies isn’t enough for Tom Holland and Zendaya, voices of Peter Parker and Michelle “MJ” Jones.

During an interview with SYFY Wire, the stars revealed that they wanted to join Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore) and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) in “Spider-Man Across the Spider-verse”.

“I loved the Aranhaverso movie and I’m just waiting for the phone call to be part of the sequel. Guys, give us a call. Put us in this movie, we want to be there, ”Holland said.

Zendaya added:

“I loved this movie and it wouldn’t hurt to be part of the story.”

For those who don’t know, Holland is said to have a role in the previous film, alongside Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, but Sony figured it would be too early to reunite them in the film.

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However, this time Holland said he even received an invite while recording “Spider-Man: Sem Volta Para Casa”.

“[A produtora da Sony] amy [Pascal] he asked me on the set of “Spider-Man: No Return Home”, but no one asked me anymore. I want to be in this movie. I love these movies.

So, will the duo manage to make at least one cameo in the sequel?

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Recalling that the animation has its premiere scheduled for October 7, 2022.

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Miles Morales returns for the next installment in the Oscar-winning saga Spiderverse, an epic adventure that will transport sympathetic friend Miles Morales from the Brooklyn neighborhood across the Multiverse to join forces with Gwen Stacy and a new team of Spider-People to take on a villain more powerful than anything they’ve ever encountered.

Joaquim dos Santos, Kemp Powers and Justin K. Thompson direct.

Santos is best known for his work on “The Legend of Korra” and “Avatar: The Legend of Aang”, while Powers co-directed the famous “Soul” alongside Peter Docter and Mike Jones.

Thompson, in turn, was responsible for the production design of the first “Aranhaverse”.

It should be remembered that producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller scripted the sequel alongside David Callaham (“Shang-Chi”). Lord initially co-signed the original film alongside director Rodney Rothman.

Daniel Pemberton is also returning to compose the soundtrack for Miles Morales’ Upcoming Adventures.

Released in 2019, “Spider-Man on the Aranhaverse” went on to become a critical and public success, totaling $ 375 million worldwide, on a budget of $ 90 million.

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