Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Is Not A Kid’s Movie, Says Senior Animator

In an interview with The Direct, Senior animator Peter Ramsey says Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is not a kid's movie.

Senior animator Peter Ramsey has stated that the upcoming Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is not aimed at children.

In an exclusive interview with The Direct, Ere Santos, a senior animator, said:

“It was really challenging project. So it was a lot of frustrating times, something every production has. But what kind of kept us going was we’d be frustrated, or something would change, or a sequence was cut, and then we’d see a new render, and we’d be like, ‘Okay, alright? Let’s go, let’s go,’ And also, some of the choices characters were making in the story were like, ‘What? Okay, all right. This is a kid’s movie? I guess it’s not a kid’s movie. Okay, cool. Yeah, that’s good.’ So it’s very, very, super exciting to me.”

He added “I think, to be more specific, it’s just the different art styles that they have, the different effects that they have on the different visuals, and the different worlds you travel to and it’s very exciting. A lot of stuff that’s been said already, but from an insider perspective, I’ve seen stuff in the movie that I’ve never seen in art before. And I’m very, very excited for the world to see.”

The animator has remarked that the creative atmosphere on production was comparable to “the wild west,” and from all accounts, it appears that the producers, writers, and filmmakers are making the movie they’ve always dreamed of making, one that will hopefully measure up to the standards set by Into the Spider-Verse.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will be released in theatres globally on June 2, 2023.

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