Across the Spider-Verse trailer in LEGO

Spider-Man fans got an early Christmas treat almost three weeks ago when we finally got a trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse which gave us a healthy glimpse into Miles Morales’ next adventure alongside his returning Spidey colleagues.

Well, one particular fan has been hard at work since – he painstakingly and lovingly recreated the entire trailer in stop-motion animation using LEGO.

The attention to detail in this shot-for-shot remake of last month’s trailer is truly astounding and could almost be mistaken for a big-budget LEGO cinematic production, so the creator definitely deserves huge props for the monumental three-week effort.

As you might expect, this is certainly not LegoMe_TheOG’s first rodeo featuring stop-motion animation and LEGO block crafting. A quick peek through his YouTube channel reveals an impressive variety of homages to other works of popular culture, including a recreation of the climactic “Running Up That Hill” scene stranger things 4 last year.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse will see protagonist Miles Morales conflict with many of the alternate Spider-people he befriended in the previous film after they have conflicting thoughts on how to deal with a new threat to the entire multiverse.

Not that we haven’t been waiting for this sequel with bated breath or anything, but the producers of the sequel promise a cinematic experience like you’ve never had before if you weren’t hyped enough already. Skeptics might say they’ve caught some of that smug James Cameron fever, but we have faith.

The end of the agonizingly long wait for the sequel of almost half a decade is in sight Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, because Across the Spider-Verse will finally hit theaters in six short months on June 2, 2023. Across the Spider-Verse trailer in LEGO

Lindsay Lowe

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