A Roomful of Heroes:
From left, Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn), Spider-gwen (Hailee Steinfeld), Spider-ham (John Mulaney), Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Peter Parker (Jake Johnson) and Spider-man Noir (Nicolas Cage) are the different versions of the famous hero featured in the movie. Pictures Imageworks, we have an amazing rob robust pipeline, and I think we have forever altered our pipeline thanks to t this project.” Head of story st Paul Watling ( Ho Hotel Transylvania 2, Smurfs: The Lost Vil- lage) says animation allowed the film to ha have many advantages o over the live-action versio versions of the franchise.
“We would really pu push the visuals in ways t that live action just can’t,” ca Watling points o out. “There’s a sequence in the movie where Miles Mi and Peter are involv involved in this above-grou above-ground train chase, where one character is attached to the other. It was a story artist’s dream because we were given an empty sandbox and allowed to build the coolest sand castle castle. The filmmak filmmakers weren’t pulling any punches. They kept encouraging us to go further, and we pushed ourselves as much as possible. We threw everything we could possibly could at them, in terms of camera angles, moving frames, comedic elements, police cars hot on their trail to add this sense of urgency — as well as slapstick elements added on. I don’t think we’ve ever seen Spider-man like this before.”
Harnessing Powerful Technologies
Imageworks veteran Danny Dimian, who is the Spider-verse’s vfx supervisor, sees
The film’s creative journey as a natural evolution of what the studio has been able to achieve over the past two decades. “This return to Spider-man reminds me of our work on The Hollow Man (2000),” says Dimian. “Back then, ◆