Visions of fine specimens of the internetwailing metamorphosis as rip and rip cut and cut through the medium of B-Roll prompted nothing short of a fever dream out of the ether in this morning’s Turtlehead Filmland podcast as we discussed the breaking news that the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse universe will continue in 2019, with a sequel filming in March 2019 in Atlanta and a tentative release date of April 2019.

Spider-Woman will appear in the sequel as is expected of course, but in a character creator move, her heroic counterpart Peni Parker, the younger version of the young model of the word spider from the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse poster’s familiar image, will come into her own in the follow-up.

Finally and perhaps the coolest development of all was news that Into the Spider-Verse 2 director Bob Persichetti, who was also responsible for both The Little Mermaid and How to Train Your Dragon as well as scoring the original Disney animated classic Spirited Away, will be teaming up with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller to direct a Red Hook Summer feature. And of course, that creative duo was responsible for all of the biggest little animated movies.

What were you expecting? The sequel is confirmed. The picture will be a free film in an Anthology to be considered “a non-standard big studio summer sequel,” according to its studio Sony. The movie may have to compete with yet another Indiana Jones movie for our attention though, since Disney has long indicated that it will release the next Indiana Jones adventure sometime in 2021 after Paramount takes over international distribution.

It’s difficult to say with any certainty what an Indiana Jones movie will be like, but that doesn’t stop us from calling for surprises. Leakes, please let us meet the little one, Jesus.

This will leave the little green woman stuck in limbo, if she ever lands in that golden underground lair that Steve Roger (aka Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy) claimed in a companion piece to the giant map of the universe that Peter Quill, aka Star Lord, was depicted on. B-Roll, take three.

While many kids simply liked the character of the Green Goblin because his costume was green, his non-powered sense of entitlement (“Is there a God? He’s making me power out a crane!”), and general elitism were genuinely villainous in his quest to be chosen by Peter Parker (and then as becoming Spider-Man in his plot) in the all-white universe that would thusly turn him into and become one of the Big Bads of the Spider-Man universe, the Sinister Six, more accurately accounts for the Green Goblin’s ill will to speak for as otherly as he did.

The Green Goblin will appear in a very different capacity in Into the Spider-Verse 2, played by Jake Johnson’s character of Nick Fury, the super-spy from the second Avengers movie. The plot, as described by Indiewire, is a threequel that takes place almost entirely after the events of Into the Spider-Verse’s first film.

So whatever happens, be sure to watch Into the Spider-Verse 2 if it happens at all.

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