The Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel will swing into theaters in 2022, and there's understandably a lot of excitement surrounding the follow-up to the 2018 Oscar winner. Little is known about the plot, though a post-credits scene with Spider-Man 2099 indicated that we'll probably be spending some time with that version of the web-slinger next time around.
It's also been reported that the relationship between Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen will continue to be explored, so chances are this trio will be the movie's leads (fans are bound to be hoping that more alternate versions of Spider-Man will make their presence felt, however).
Time will tell on that front, but animator Nick Kondo has taken to Twitter today to reveal that he's started work on the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse sequel - confirmation, perhaps, that production has begun. We're probably still a long way off from seeing anything official from the movie, of course, but this is definitely a good sign that COVID-19 hasn't slowed things down too drastically.
Recently, it was revealed that Sony Pictures decided not to include cameos from Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland in the first instalment, so the hope is that could change in the sequel as it's definitely something fans want to see.
Check out Kondo's Tweet below:
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