Phil Lord & Chris Miller Confirm That Their ‘Spider-Noir’ Live-Action Series At Amazon Is Still Happening
May 25, 2023
Almost five years after “Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse” hit theaters, its sequel, “Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” swings into them early next month. In fact, the premiere of that movie is just eight days away, on June 2, with the trilogy-capping “Spider-Man: Beyond The Spider-Verse” arriving next year on March 29, 2024. And amid all of this, writers Phil Lord & Christopher Miller also have a “Spider-Noir” live-action series in the works at Amazon, but there’s been no news about that project since February.
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So, of course, Collider had to ask the writing duo if that show is still in the works in a new interview? Their response? Lord answered quickly with a simple, “Yes,” but Miller hashed things out a little more. “It was [in development] until the writers’ strike and everything shut down,” Miller explained. “But once that gets resolved, we’ll get back into it. But it’s coming along nicely.” So, don’t worry, Spidey-fans: “Spider-Noir” is still a go, but it may not premiere on Prime Video as soon as possible.
A fan-favorite, Spider-Noir made his debut in the comics in 2009 as the Spider-Man on Earth-90214, in a gritty 1930s New York City. Spider-Noir’s Peter Parker gets his superpowers from poisonous spider hidden in a spider-god idol, and soon goes after the city’s criminal underworld. But Spider-noir got a big boost of popularity after “Into The Spider-Verse” since Nicolas Cage voiced the character in the 2018 film. So is there any chance the actor will play the live-action version of Spider-Noir? Apparently no one’s talked to Cage about starring in it yet, but Lord & Miller teased that it may be possible. When asked if there was a chance for Cage to take on the role, Lord said, “There is any chance.” That’s better than no chance, at least.
But before “Spider-Noir” happens, Lord & Miller must complete work on “Beyond The Spider-Verse” first. “Across The Spider-Verse” sees Miles Morales and a team of Spider-People from across the multiverse take on the villain The Spot, voiced by Jason Scwartzman. Morales’ biggest ally? Oscar Isaac‘s Miguel O’Hara, or Spider-Man 2099, who helps Morales get the various Spider-Men to team against their new foe.
And with any luck, the WGA writers’ strike will be over by the time “Beyond The Spider-Verse” hits theaters, so “Spider-Noir” may move ahead at Amazon. But stay tuned if Nicolas Cage will indeed be part of the project.
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