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How awesome is Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse?

Seriously, it’s so good. We can’t stop thinking about it, raving about it, and maybe you’re the same way. And while the story obviously works, there are probably a few things you were curious about after leaving the movie.

And, well, we’re to help. From the animation and Easter Eggs, to end credit scenes and plot holes, we’ve got your covered. With answers from the filmmakers themselves!

Mark Hamill talks Star Wars: Episode IX secrecy. Birds of Prey casts an intriguing ally for Renee Montoya. Black Mirror adds a surprising guest star. Supernatural celebrates three hundred episodes with the return of a familiar face. Plus, what’s to come on the DC/CW shows, and new clips from Into the Spider-Verse and Aquaman. Spoilers get!

Stephen Lang teases where his Avatar villain is at going into the sequel. Alex Kurtzman discusses the tonal differences between Star Trek: Discovery and the new Picard series. Plus, new clips from Supernatural and Aquaman, and what to expect from the Duke Nukem movie. To me, my Spoilers!

Be honest. You wanted spoilers, but you're just watching that Avengers trailer over and over again, aren't you? Well, when you're done with that: Anne Hathaway joins the remake of The Witches. There's tiny little teases of what to expect from Episode IX. Plus, Godzilla and Aquaman footage! Spoilers, we're in the endgame now!

There may not have been a lot of genre shows or films nominated at this year’s Golden Globes, but the ones that were are making a big impact—especially in the world of superhero films. Not only has Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse been nominated for Best Animated Film, but Black Panther is making cinematic history as the first superhero film ever nominated for Best Picture in the drama category.

Hype and superhero movies go hand in hand. Fans eagerly anticipate every tiny piece of information about these films to a point where it’s become almost comical. Months and months before release, we’re dissecting every little detail, building up anticipation and expectations to a level that’s rarely achieved. But, for some reason, that didn’t happen in the same way with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

The idea of Sony churning out yet another Spider-Man origin story for the big screen has been something of a running joke because of how many times it’s done.

With the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse fro. writers Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman, and directors Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman, though, the studio’s created something truly amazing: an origin movie that breaks the mould by leading with the idea that both you and Miles Morales are the heroes.