More Footage On The Way For Spider-man Into The Spider-verse?
Spider-man Into The Spider-verse Director Reveals That Unused Footage Will Not Go Wasted
Movies often find a few scenes sectioned out owing to lengthy running time restrictions. Spider-man Into The Spider-verse director Bob Persichetti revealed that about ten minutes of fully animated film wound up on the cutting room floor. These instances of scene deduction are not very common in animated movies. One reason for this is that shooting a certain scene requires a sound creative and financial investment and it is only of great loss if a production company cancels a particular scene.
“A rare thing for an animated film is that there’s animation on the cutting room floor. There’s about ten minutes of that from this movie, which is a really high number”.
But It Might Also Become A Part Of Future Sequels
There is also a possibility that Sony would incorporate these minutes into the forthcoming Spider-man Into The Spider-verse sequels. This can happen in a much similar way to how unused footage of Carrie Fisher from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi is being repurposed for Episode IX. One way or the other, we cannot wait to watch some more hilarious moments of Miles Morales and his spider gang soon.
The Entire Script Of Spider-man Into The Spider-verse Is Available Online For Free
Sony recently released the entire script of Spider-man into the Spider-verse online for free. The writing of Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman is now accessible. This is because Sony wants to demonstrate the efforts behind the development of a flawless animated feature.
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