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The Animators Behind Into the Spider-Verse Got Together To Create Their Own Fantastic Audio Commentary

Spider-Ham wants to hear that commentary.
Spider-Ham wants to hear that commentary.
Image: Sony Pictures

The real star of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse wasn’t any incarnation of Spider-Man: it was the art. The distinctive art style earned Spider-Verse justified mountains of praise, and now the animators of the film have banded together to create a real treat for fans.

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Released Friday, the unofficial Spider-Verse Animator Commentary is here to provide a wealth of insight into the work that went into creating the visual delight the film ultimately became. Created by a group of the film’s animators, including Animation Supervisor Joshua Beveridge and Lead Animators Philip Rudolph, Humberto Rosa, and Julie Bernier Gosselin, the full-length commentary is designed to be played alongside the film, providing an additional layer of insight to the commentaries featured on the official release.

I haven’t had a chance to listen to this yet, but this is exactly the sort of commentary I want for a movie like this. The people who were in the trenches, doing the hardest most complex work, are often the ones with the most compelling insights into what ends up on the screen.

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If you listen to this, tell me what you thought of it in the comments. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is available now, and the commentary is free to download here. 


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couldntpassagain
CouldntPassAgain

Finally had a chance to see it Friday night.

Wow.

One of the best superhero movies, animated movies, origin stories, and movies I’ve ever seen.

Regarding the animation, I was very worried about watching the movie because the trailers were very off putting to me. But watching an UHD Bluray version on a Sony 4k screen (without Dolby Vision) was wonderful.

Going to rewatch it next weekend with the additional scenes.

It was amazing how well they handled everything. Such a good movie.