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Saturday, June 10, 2023

Sony has sent a new version of ‘ACROSS THE SPIDER-VERSE’ to theaters with updated sound mixing

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was a cultural watershed moment. Directed by Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman, and Peter Ramsey from a script by Rothman and Phil Lord, with Lord producing with his creative partner Christopher Miller, not only did Into the Spider-Verse introduce audiences to a Spider-Man never seen in a feature film in Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) and break the concept of the cinematic multiverse wide open, but it also marked a shift in Hollywood animation. Its varying frame rates and expressionistic, comic-like style were revolutionary in every way. 


Opening to a modest box office, on the backs of stellar reviews and fan adoration, the film became a modern classic. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse adopts the sequel playbook of going bigger and bolder. Rather than resulting in an overstuffed mess, Across the Spider-Verse is up to the challenge, making the first movie look like a trial run in comparison.

Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, and Justin K. Thompson step into the director’s chairs this time around, working off a script by a returning Phil Lord along with Chris Miller and Dave Callaham. Not that you would know the creative team had a slight tweaking because stepping into the next chapter of the Oscar-winning Spider-Verse saga feels like returning home.

According to Cryptic HD QUALITY -- a Twitter account that generally posts scoops regarding 4K content, as well as film and television runtimes -- a new version of Across the Spider-Verse with "better sound mixing" will be sent to theaters this Friday, June 9. In a follow-up tweet, they clarified that theaters have received emails stating that the new digital cinema packages will be sent out on Friday, though some audiences may have to wait a few days to see the updated version, since not every theater will have it immediately. "Sony has listened and has been fixing the issue," they wrote.

Across the Spider-Verse released in theaters last Friday, June 2. Upon its big debut, however, some moviegoers reported issues with the film's sound. More specifically, they claimed that they couldn't hear certain lines of dialogue due to something being off with the mix, citing an early scene in which Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) is talking while also playing the drums. In response to the complaints, Across the Spider-Verse co-writer and producer Phil Lord offered a potential solution.

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