It has been revealed recently that Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse almost had a completely different cameo of Stan Lee and now we want to ask you whether you like this one or the one we saw in the movie. But, this is surely going to divide the fan base in a quick second.
Well, we all know that the movie Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is the movie we all liked a lot as the movie had a lot of interesting things but above all, the entry of a lot of different Spider-Men in the movie is the thing which viewers loved the most.
WARNING: Spoilers Next.
It has been revealed by the co-director of the movie, Rodney Rothman that the cameo they originally thought for the character of Stan Lee was completely different to the one we saw in the movie. He discussed the original cameo during an interview with IndieWire. He revealed,
“The thing that was interesting for us is that it evolved,” Rothman explained and added. “We recorded it a year ago and it was not that long after his wife [Joan B. Lee] had passed away. We had revisions that tried a little harder to be funnier and tried a little harder to be harder. What ended up in the movie were the lines that had the most meaning to him.”
Also, in the original script of the movie Spider-Verse, the pivotal line which Stan Lee has spoken was also different as while giving the costume to Miles he was meant to say, “Never fits” but it was changed by the makers to “It always fits…eventually” as we saw in the movie.
It has been revealed by Rothman that the idea behind that scene was that he only wants to say something encouraging enough to Miles in order to put the suit on as he said, “At the moment, he has to deliver just enough to get that kid to put the suit on.”
It has been revealed by Rothman that a lot of changes and alterations were in there but it was the crew of the movie which helped them in keeping all these secrets inside the line of the production as it has been stated by Rothman that,
“The movie was not very forgiving. When it wasn’t working, you could feel it and it was painful,” Rothman added. “About a year ago, we had a bunch of emotional tent poles that were fundamentally working. But then there were a bunch of scenes where it felt like there was only one way to make it and we had to find that way.”
“This was all about being selfless because we’re all heroes, but also the one guy who wouldn’t die as a result of staying behind [Miles] can’t do the job,” said co-director Bob Persichetti. “And it was great because now we were in a really cool predicament. And we could push forward.”
There are still a lot of people who didn’t see this movie and for them, I feel really sorry because the movie not just has a good storyline but also have a lot of stars. Shameik Moore is portraying the role of Miles Morales, Hailee Steinfeld is portraying the character of Gwen Stacy, Mahershala Ali is in the role of Aaron Davis (Uncle of Miles), Lily Tomlin in the character of May Parker who is Pete’s Aunt, and many more.
Also, there are a lot of voice actors in the movie as one of the beloved and famous actors of Hollywood Nicolas Cage is giving voice to Spider-man Noir, John Mulaney voicing for Spider-Ham, and Kimiko Glenn voicing Peni Parker, and many others. Also, we are going to see Stan Lee making a cameo appearance in the movie.
There are reports that the movie is going to have a sequel and also a lot of eyes will be on the makers of this movie as the movie was quite successful and also got a lot of good reviews from the audiences as well.
So, according to you which cameo is the better one in your eyes? Tell us in the comments section down below.
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