Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Part 1 Trailer Confirms Oscar Isaac's Return as Miguel O'Hara

It's a huge day in the Spider-Verse! The first teaser for the highly anticipated sequel to Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse has just been dropped along with some truly awesome details. The official title has been revealed and it's confirmed: Oscar Isaac is returning as Spider-Man 2099 in Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Part 1!

That's right, the official title for the animated sequel is Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Part 1. The teaser, which has just been dropped by Sony, opens with Miles Morales vibing to his favorite song in his room when Gwen Stacy suddenly drops in. After an awkward exchange, she invites him to leave but Miles says he's grounded.

"Is Spider-Man grounded?" Gwen asks after dropping out of his window. Next thing we know, Miles is soaring through the air in a different art style. As he goes through dimensions, he is suddenly joined (and seemingly attacked) by Spider-Man 2099.

Look, we're not surprised that Miguel O'Hara is throwing hands as soon as he sees another Spider-Man (we've seen that Into The Spider-Verse post-credits scene) but does this mean he's playing a larger role in the sequel? Luckily, co-writers and co-producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller have confirmed with Entertainment Weekly that Oscar Isaac will reprise his role as Spider-Man 2099, under one condition.

"Oscar had one condition of taking the gig: 'Don't make me boring.' He's made a really complex character out of Miguel O'Hara, and he's definitely not boring," the report said.

"Boring" is probably the last word we'd use to describe Miguel, to be honest. We're just glad to know Isaac will be joining the talented cast of Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse Part 1 next year.

And yes, that Part 1 does catch our attention. As it turns out, the sequel will be split into two parts so it looks like we can look forward to a third film after this one.

Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse (Part 1) will bring back Shameik Moore as Miles Morales, Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy, and more. The sequel is set to premiere in October 2022.

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