Huge Star Wars Actor Voiced [SPOILERS] in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse wasn't just a great animated movie, and arguably the best film to feature the wallcrawler, but it was also a giant piece of fan service. Packed to the brim with references to Spider-Man comics, movies, and even the most recent PS4 game, this is a Marvel fan's dream that we can watch.

Fans are already familiar with the cameo role from Star Trek star Chris Pine, who voices the Peter Parker in Miles Morales' world. However, there is also a huge Star Wars star in this movie but you'll only know who it is once you've waited AFTER the credits, so if you haven't seen the film yet please do so.



Oscar Isaac, also known as Poe Dameron from the most recent Star Wars trilogy, voices the fan-favorite Spider-Man 2099, real name Miguel O'Hara, who appears in the post-credits sequence. He finds out about the events of the film, prepares a device that won't obliterate his atoms, and starts to recruit more Spider-Men for, what appears to be, a bigger crisis.

Then he has a pointing war with the ‘60s Spider-Man because memes. It's actually hilarious.

Also, apologies if this annoys anyone, but it is nice to see an authentic Mexican-American voice for Miguel. There are a ton of Asian characters voiced by Americans in a number of animated shows so it's cool seeing Hollywood be more fair with these castings.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is now showing in theaters.


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