SPIDER-MAN: BEYOND THE SPIDER-VERSE Will Be Tear-Inducing Teases Bryan Tyree Henry

SPIDER-MAN: BEYOND THE SPIDER-VERSE Will Be Tear-Inducing Teases Bryan Tyree Henry SPIDER-MAN: BEYOND THE SPIDER-VERSE Will Be Tear-Inducing Teases Bryan Tyree Henry

Bryan Tyree Henry, who voices Miles' father in the Spider-Verse animated films teases that the finale to the trilogy will make audiences cry.

By MarkJulian - Mar 27, 2024 12:03 PM EST
Filed Under: Spider-Man (Animated)
Source: Toonado.com

Bryan Tyree Henry, star of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, was recently asked about the recording status of the highly anticipated third (and presumably final) installment in the Spider-Verse trilogy when he was walking the red carpet for the premiere of his latest film, Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.

Henry gave an extremely intriguing tease, even though it sounds as if he has read the screenplay but hasn't finished recording his lines yet.

The Atlanta and Bullet Train star remarked, "It's in the works, it's coming. That one...it's even more epic than the last...Get your hankies ready, it's going to go there."

Tyree Henry plays Jeff Morales, Miles' father, in the critically acclaimed animated film series. As you may remember, the main plot point of the movie was Miles discovering that his father's death was part of his Spider-Man "canon event," and he became determined to stop it at all costs, even if it meant facing off against Spider-Men from other universes.

Do you think this is a clear indication that Miles' father won't survive the film's conclusion given Henry's hint that it would make viewers cry?

With a $100 million budget, Across the Spider-Verse generated $690.5 million worldwide, outperforming its predecessor. It was the sixth-highest earning movie of 2023 and the highest-grossing picture for Sony Pictures Animation.

At the 96th Academy Awards, Across the Spider-Verse was nominated for Best Animated Feature but the film lost to Hayao Miyazaki's The Boy and the Heron.

The trilogy's finale was initially scheduled to open in theaters on March 29th, but Sony withdrew it from its release schedule after word spread that animators were nowhere close to finishing work on the third installment.

An animated spin-off series centered on Hailee Steinfeld's Spider-Gwen and Issa Rae's Jessica Drew has already been confirmed to be in development at Sony, and there's already talk of a live-action version of the Spider-Verse movie.

Unfortunately, there is still no confirmed release date for Beyond the Spider-Verse. Current estimates suggest it might not arrive until late-2025, though this remains speculative.

Are you looking forward to the Beyond the Spider-Verse finale and do you think Miles will manage to return in time to save his father? Let us know in the comment section below.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Synopsis: Miles Morales returns for the next chapter of the Oscar-winning Spider-Verse saga, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. After reuniting with Gwen Stacy, Brooklyn’s full-time, friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is catapulted across the Multiverse, where he encounters a team of Spider-People charged with protecting its very existence. But when the heroes clash on how to handle a new threat, Miles finds himself pitted against the other Spiders and must redefine what it means to be a hero so he can save the people he loves most.

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narrow290
narrow290 - 3/27/2024, 12:19 PM
He's been great in everything I've seen him in
TheVisionary25
TheVisionary25 - 3/27/2024, 12:21 PM
Jefferson’s dying isn’t he?.

I hope not but I could see it happening or maybe even someone like Peter B Parker dying so Miles can complete his coming of age journey from boyhood to adulthood

Anyway , looking forward to the movie since I have liked both Spiderverse films so far!!.

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bkmeijer1
bkmeijer1 - 3/27/2024, 5:58 PM
@TheVisionary25 - they better not kill Peter B Parker. Dude finally had his life on the tracks again
jefferyraycyrus
jefferyraycyrus - 3/27/2024, 12:36 PM
Bruh, last one was emotional for me. I will probably revert to a little baby watching this one.
NGFB
NGFB - 3/27/2024, 12:54 PM
Crying at cartoons is unacceptable.
FireandBlood
FireandBlood - 3/27/2024, 4:06 PM
@NGFB - If Toy Story 3 didn’t get you, you stone cold
bkmeijer1
bkmeijer1 - 3/27/2024, 5:57 PM
'As you may remember, the main plot point of the movie was Miles discovering that his father's death was part of his Spider-Man "canon event"'

Honestly, I don't. I kinda thought it was about The Spot, who somehow just dissappeared halfway through the movie. Think they should've tied those two threads together better.

Anyway, I think Jeff will survive. Miles saving his dad will come with a cost though, and I'm guessing that's the real tearjerker.

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