How the Spider-Verse film’s Mumbattan scene was remade from scratch

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The universe of Spider-Man India underwent a full overhaul during development of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Co-director Kemp Powers discussed the origins of Earth-50101 and the city of Mumbattan, the residence of Pavitr Prabhakar/Spider-Man India, in a clip from Beyond the Screen. We focused particularly on Indrajal comic books, a comic book publisher that was exclusive to India, he said. “I recall that at one point, we had really begun to nail the scenario. Our Indian animators sent us an email explaining how we were somewhat off the point. That presented a difficulty to us.

We invited a group of Indian and Indian-American writers, Powers continued. Then we went back and completely reworked and redrew the scenario. You need to be receptive to genuinely good ideas coming from any part of our enormous production workforce and support them just as fiercely as you would an original concept. Justin K. Thompson, who is also the co-director, emphasised the value of teamwork by noting, “We never treated it like we’re the filmmakers talking from on high. We allowed people to develop their own solutions. Powers delighted in the “openness to trying just about anything, both in terms of the visual and the storytelling language” as she created the distinctive animation look for Across the Spider-Verse. You don’t have the chance to accomplish it very frequently, especially at this scale and in the feature space. Phil Lord and Chris Miller, the film’s creators and producers, hope that the sequel will demonstrate to other directors “the limitless possibilities of animation in a studio film.”

In Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse, Spider-Man India and the other web-slinging heroes are expected to make a comeback. The movie, which was originally scheduled for release in March 2024, has been pulled from Sony’s release schedule since the dialogue recording couldn’t be done in time for the SAG-AFTRA strike. Previously, Lord and Miller had said they would be prepared to postpone the project until it met their high expectations. Producer Avi Arad also said that Sony is working on a Spider-Woman spinoff centred on Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) and Jessica Drew (Issa Rae) that would be released “sooner than you expect.”

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