Shameik Moore, who played Miles Morales in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, said he wanted to play the titular character in the newly announced live-action movie.
Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor said, “I guess you would get more than the voice if I was to play it,” revealing his approach to live-action roles compared to animation. “I would get in shape, take the steps and time to really slim, slim, slim up. Shave this beard. Go into afro-mode, take out the braids. And I would just put my entire being into that performance.”
Moreover, the critics love the new spidey offer, with many praising the film's daring animation and top-notch screenplay.
"The audacious sequel is gigantically intimate, grappling with challenging themes while pushing the animation medium forward yet again," The Wrap opined.
"Miles Morales is back for a head-spinning adventure that ups the trippy imagery, and the stakes too," Variety said.
The Guardian maintained, "The brilliance of the kaleidoscopic, animated Spider-Verse erupts again in this multidimensional film about a teen superhero with exasperated parents.
The sequel to the phenomenal "Into the Spider-Verse" movie is ambitious, moving, and a helluva lot of fun. Why can’t all superhero movies be this wonderful? The Daily Beast wrote.
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