Sony Pictures Animation’s Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse is releasing in just a few weeks, and after that 2 more films are expected to get released.
The Hollywood Reporter is reporting that Sony is developing a sequel to Into The Spiderverse and an all-female spin-off film. Sony has tapped Joaquim Dos Santos, who is known for his work on Nickelodeon’s Avatar: The Last Airbender and Netflix’s Voltron: Legendary Defenders, to helm the sequel.
As for the all-female spin-off, Laura Montgomery, who also worked on Voltron and co-directed the Batman: Year One and Superman/Batman: Doomsday animated films for DC, is in negotiations to helm the untitled project. The untitled project will bring together all of the female heroes from the Spider-Man universe into one adventure. Bek Smith, who penned episodes of CBS’ Zoo, will be writing the script.
Amy Pascal will be returning to produce both projects. Meanwhile, Phil Lord and Chris Miller are expected to return to help out creativity, although no deals have been made yet. Avi Arad is also expected to return in some capacity.
No details have been released for the sequel, but seeds for it have been planted in the upcoming movie. For the spin-off, no plot details have been revealed at this time, but the film will most likely center around Spider-Gwen, hopefully along with Spider-Girl, Silk, Madame Web, and Spider-Woman.