Just in time for awards season, the animated Spider-Verse webbed up a little gift for fans, the films full screenplay. Sony Pictures made available the text of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse two weeks after its U.S. debut, co-writer Rodney Rothman pointed out Saturday on Twitter.
Of course, the full film really is worth a watch, and a mere screenplay wont give you those surprising voice cameos or the bevy of Marvel and Spider-Man easter eggs alike. It certainly wouldnt hurt the movies overall box-office take, which currently stands around $85.5 million after two weeks and looks likely to edge out Bumblebee for third place this weekend behind Aquaman and Mary Poppins Returns.
Its worth noting Into the Spider-Verse hasnt quite matched the box-office take of live-action superhero films (including Sonys prior Amazing reboots), but stands far better chance of awards consideration for Best Animated Feature, a contest likely on Sonys minds in releasing the script. Theres also an announced future for the series, including a Spider-Verse sequel and likely spin-off for Hailee Steinfelds Spider-Gwen, among other female Spider-characters.
So, read on. And yes, the screenplay also includes the full text of that post-credits scene, pointed fingers and all.
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