With a fresh image of Miguel O’Hara, played by Oscar Isaac, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has hinted at the possibility of yet another Spider-Man variation.
An image of O’Hara’s scarlet-clad Spider-Man was shared on the Spider-Verse Twitter account. The comment reads: “See more sides of Miguel O’Hara when Spider-Man: Across the #SpiderVerse is exclusively in theaters June 2.”
O’Hara was originally presented in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’s credits scene. In that moment, O’Hara popped up in another dimension, went to the Spider-Man universe from the 1967 animated series, and engaged him in conversation while replicating the well-known pointing meme.
With the news that Deadpool star Karan Soni has been chosen to appear in the Spider-Verse sequel, this information is another drip for moviegoers.
Soni will portray Spider-Man India, one of the numerous multiversal Spider-Man characters that moviegoers may anticipate seeing in the film.
The Nicolas Cage variant of Spider-Man Noir was one of the variations we saw in the first film. However, it appears that Cage won’t be playing the character again in Across the Spider-Verse after he previously discussed a potential return to the role.