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Post Malone’s Sunflower About Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse!

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Post Malone and Swan Lee have released a new track ‘Sunflower’ for the upcoming animated movie Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse. Now, not many are in awe of the song. In contrast to the rather laid back song; however, the video is packed with excessive energy.  And quite frankly we all are in love with the rich footage, the song exhibits, for the forthcoming movie. The unreservedly unique visual graphics of this music video were probably the aptest promotion technique. They are so pleased that they immediately convince you to watch this movie on the big screen. The dangling, draping monkey tricks, the frenzied horseplay all make for a gorgeous piece of animation.

Characters In the Music Video of Post Malone

The footage unveils several spider-verse superheroes. There is Noir, SP/dr, and Spider-Ham. We even get a glimpse of the older Peter Parker of another universe, as he meets Miles. Gwen Stacy studies in the same class as Miles Morales. The trailer tries to put her as a human. But we already know from Gwen’s own words that she is from another universe. There have been intriguing indications as to what surprises the movie has in store for us. The footage is bloating with Easter eggs. And Post Malone’s fine lyrics compliment the comic book style of Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse.

The movie is directed by Peter Ramsey (Rise of the Guardians), Bob Persichetti (The Little Prince), and Rodney Rothman (22 Jump Street).  Phil Lord and Chris Millers have donned the producer’s hat for the movie. In addition to this, Phil Lord has also written the film.

New Pathways Opened Up for Spiderman: Into The Spiderverse

Post Malone‘s music video does not automatically form links with the Sony Spiderman Trilogy. However, this new footage of Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse has opened the gates to an animated Spiderman universe.  Live-action Spiderman films are more limited in scope and area. But the world of animation has greater potentials.  And we have already seen this with the Lego Movie Universe.

It is not just the fans who are excited about the upcoming movie. In fact, after the Post Malone trailer, the producers too expressed their delight.

They said,

“We can’t wait for the world to see Miles Morales on the big screen. He’s such a fun and exciting new character. And telling his story through a revolutionary visual style makes for a totally fresh cinematic experience. That, if we may say so, is freaking amazing.”

We are also inspired by the voice casting in Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse. Nicolas Cage will be voicing Spiderman Noir. Better yet is the fact that we’ll also be meeting Peter Porker, aka Spider-Ham, a pig web-slinger. John Mulaney is voicing this role. Peni Parker is also a character in this movie. She is also known as SP//dr – a teenager from a technologically modern parallel universe. And, Kimiko Glenn has provided her voice for the part. Voicing the two main characters are Shameik Moore and Jake Johnson. They will be the voices behind Miles Morales and the older Peter Parker.

Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse, The Real Quest

All characters in this radioactive Spiderman gang are their own heroes.  And, this supercollider on Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse has its own, very anticipated problems. All characters must return to their respective universes before the multiverse tumbles down due to the mayhem. There are some hilarious deep cuts to the Spiderman-lore. And Post Malone has carefully pointed them out in his music video.  We now have a much better picture as to what we can expect from the upcoming animation. Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse will hit theaters on the 14th of December. We were certainly excited to see the trailer in the post-credits scene of Venom!

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