There have long been rumblings about plans for Miles Morales in the MCU, with a scene in Spider-Man: Homecoming laying the groundwork for his eventual debut.
In that, Donald Glover's Aaron Davis was interrogated by the web-slinger and shared his interest in keeping weapons off the streets for the sake of his nephew. Comic book fans will know he was referring to Miles, though it's a shame Marvel Studios never revisited the idea of Aaron using that tech to become Prowler.
There's always room for him to do so in future movies, of course, and the Brazilian Portuguese dub of Spider-Man: No Way Home may well confirm Miles' place in this shared world.
Just like in the version of the threequel the rest of us have seen, voices can be heard in the background as Peter Parker becomes acquainted with his new apartment.
However, these subtitles see "Rio" and "Jeff" tell "Miles" he needs to tidy his room before going to bed. There's every chance this is someone unofficially trying to sneak some Easter Eggs into the movie, though we do hear Miles' name being said by characters we'd assume are Rio Morales and Jefferson Davis.
It's possible, for example, that the team working on this dub was working off Spider-Man: No Way Home's screenplay.
We should also point out the fact rumours have previously suggested Miles will be Peter's neighbour in Spider-Man 4. Marvel Studios could develop a friendship between the two prior to Morales gaining his own abilities and presumably becoming the web-slinger's protege before the mantle is permanently passed.
After all, Tom Holland has said on numerous occasions that's how he'd like to move on from the role, and the next trilogy setting the stage for Miles to be the MCU's new Spider-Man would be a lot of fun.
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