We have already shown for a couple of weeks that Sony preliminarily planned both a sequel to its new animated (commercial and critical) hit Spider-Man: Into Spider Verse and a spin-off involves three female webslingers, but now we know more. In an interview with Amy Pascal (via ComicFade) Vanity Fair got some further deeds on the next spider tone, spider tones, we thought we could never see in many blue moons. Most important, their business for animated Spider-Man movies has no limitations in the same way as their live-action agreement with Marvel Studios does. She will not say what the latter is, but it is revealed that Marvel’s Kevin Feige was not so happy if an observer’s date was announced before Peter Parker was released un-snapped.
The direct Spider Verse sequel will contain a Miles Morales-Gwen Stacy romance (held off because they wanted to establish her as a hero first, the love interests others), but decisively, Pascal does not specifically state whether it is the same Gwen we saw in the current movie or one more correct from Miles reality. But the Spider-Gwen will definitely be the leader in the spin-off, which will cost Jessica “Spider-Woman” Drew and Cindy “Silk” Moon, the last of them are also likely to get a live action movie in what they are now calling the Sony’s Universe of Marvel Characters, or SUMC. Both animated films are said to be true to the latest series of the series. “I think it’s amazing that we will be able to tell films about female superheroes in this kingdom and in the live-action realm too, because I think there will be signs that really are for people,” says Pascal.
And talking about the “SUMC”, in addition to the Jared Leto Morbius movie, there are preliminary plans for Silver Sable and Black Cat (as we knew), Kraven, Jackpot, and Nightwatch. There is even a chance that the movie Sinister Six originally intended to spin from Andrew Garfield’s Spider Movies may be upset to match the new live-action continuity if Drew Goddard agrees to steer again.  But whether Tom Hollands Spidey could ever be included? Unfortunately, fans, but “it would be years in the future, after the Dutch Marvel contract expires.”