Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse


It’s 16 months after Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Miles Morales is struggling to balance his high school life with being Spider-Man. Following an altercation with a mysterious, portal jumping villain called the Spot, Miles receives a visit from his friend Gwen Stacey, the Spider-Woman of another universe.

Gwen introduces Miles to the Spider-Society, a multidimensional team of Spider-People led by a no-nonsense Spider-Man called Miguel O’Hara. When Miles learns that the Spot is connected to his own transformation into Spider-Man, he clashes with Miguel over what to do. Miles must then take matters into his own hands, putting him on a collision course with both the Spider-Society and the Spot.

The sequel to the innovative Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, this animated action adventure is a visual spectacle as it blends together countless animation styles. Brimming with nods and winks for the hardest Spider-Man fan, it’s a thrilling adventure full of fun and humour for all viewers, and will leave you ready for its own sequel due out next year.

“the rare sequel that dazzles as much as the original did. It’s something to behold. Colors drip, invert and splatter in a shimmering pop-art swirl.” Associated Press

“one of the most, if not the most, immersive superhero stories going, pushing far beyond the boundaries of what superhero stories should and could be.” Uproxx

“Visually astonishing, emotionally powerful, narratively propulsive — it’s another masterpiece.” Empire

PG: mild threat, violence, injury detail, language

This film contains a sequence of flashing lights that may affect viewers who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.

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Adults £9, Concessions £6.50

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