Hailee Steinfeld Suits-Up As Spider-Gwen In This SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE Fan-Art

Hailee Steinfeld Suits-Up As Spider-Gwen In This SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE Fan-Art

Hailee Steinfeld Suits-Up As Spider-Gwen In This SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE Fan-Art

Bumblebee star Hailee Steinfeld provided the voice for Spider-Gwen in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, but this new fan-art imagines how she could look as the character in live-action form. Check it out.

Hailee Steinfeld (True Grit, Bumblebee) did such a great job voicing Gwen Stacy/Spider-Woman in Sony's superb Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse animated feature that many fans would like to see her play the character in a live-action movie.

Now, thanks to Boss Logic's latest, we have some idea of how the Academy Award-nominee might look as Spider-Gwen.



To be fair, the animated interpretation of Gwen was made to resemble Steinfeld anyway so this isn't a million miles away from the version that appeared in the movie, but it's still a pretty cool bit of fan-art.

The chances of seeing a live-action Spider-Gwen movie in the near future is slim, of course, but if it were to happen, do you think Steinfeld would be a good fit for the role? Drop us a comment down below.

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Miles Is Stuck On Gwen

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No Spider-Man movie would be complete without an embarrassing powers-related school scene!

Miles actually first encounters Gwen Stacy in his physics class, as she's attempting to blend into his reality while she find out what the heck is going on. The young hero is smitten, and follows his uncle's advice by giving Gwen the "shoulder touch." Unfortunately, his newly sticky spider-hand gets caught in her hair and has to be cut free, which is why Spider-Woman is sporting half a shaved head in the trailers.

Not a huge moment, exactly, but it's a funny, awkwardly endearing sequence that paves the way for a closer bond between the characters later on.

Kingpin Is Attempting To Get His Family Back

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Kingpin's reason for activating his reality-bending device goes much deeper than the usual villainous world domination stuff.

It turns out that Fisk's wife and son walked in on him while he was laying a beat-down on Spider-Man (Peter Parker), and were so shocked and flustered by what they saw that they wound up in a car accident which cost them their lives.

Kingpin believes he can bring them back (or at least, a version of them) by folding the various "verses" in on each other - even if New York is destroyed in the process.

R.I.P. Peter Parker

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Yes, Peter Parker - the one from Miles' reality - is killed early on in the movie while attempting to thwart Kingpin's plan.

Spidey (who is voiced by Chris Pine) almost succeeds in destroying the device, but ultimately ends up trapped under some rubble. After Miles promises to take up the mantle - and responsibilities - of Spider-Man, Peter gives him the key that will shut down the machine, but before he can get free Fisk and his cronies approach.

After Parker angers Wilson by telling him his family are never coming back, the ruthless villain crushes his nemesis with his powerful fists in a pretty shocking scene.

Stan Lee

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The legendary Stan Lee's cameo in Into The Spider-Verse may genuinely be his best, and is guaranteed to bring on all of the feels.

Determined to keep his promise, Miles purchases a Spidey costume for none other than "The Man" himself, who informs the budding hero that he and The Webhead were friends. When Morales asks if he can return the outfit if it doesn't fit, Stan tells him "it always fits.. eventually."

It's a lovely scene, and a fitting tribute to our late Generalissimo.

Miles Breaks The Goober

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With the key Spidey #1 gave him (Peter B. Parker calls it a goober), Miles should be able to shut down Fisk's machine and save the city. Unfortunately, he breaks the damn thing when he falls on his ass while attempting to do whatever a spider can.

The goober then becomes a McGuffin, as Miles, Parker and the rest of the Spider-Gang must find a way to fix it or create a new one before Kingpin turns his machine on again.

Doc Ock

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Some of you may already be aware of this, but Fisk's chief techie turns out to be a gender-switched take on Doctor Octopus, who is brilliantly brought to life by Kathryn Hahn.

Ock's reveal is one of the highlights of the movie, as Peter and Miles encounter the villain in her civilian guise when break into Kingpin's lab to steal his computer. Parker turns on the charm, but it's 'Liv that winds up manipulating him and soon reveals her other arms.

Doc Ock almost bests both Spideys in an exciting action sequence, until Gwen swings in to save the day.

Aunt May Is A Badass

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We all had a good laugh when those rumors about Sony planning an Aunt May spin-off movie circulated a few years ago, but to be honest, if this May was the focus it might not be such a bad idea!

Spider-Verse's May Parker (Lily Tomlin) is seemingly just as scientifically minded as her nephew, creating some new webshooters for Miles and keeping the deceased wall-crawler's base of operations up and running. Plus, when Kingpin's cronies follow Miles to her home, she picks up a baseball bat and knocks Scorpion right back out the door.

More May in the sequel, please!

The Prowler Unmasked

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The big twist in Into The Spider-Verse is that Miles' uncle Aaron (Mahershala Ali) is actually the villain known as The Prowler. While many comic book fans will have seen this coming, the reveal is still superbly executed.

A dejected Miles heads to his beloved Uncle's apartment only for The Prowler to follow him inside. When Morales turns invisible to avoid detection, Aaron unmasks in front of his terrified nephew.

Miles manages to escape to May's house, but Prowler follows him... and he doesn't come alone.

Kingpin Murders Aaron

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Something else that comic book fans may have anticipated, but that doesn't make what happens any less emotional.

Kingpin and the other baddies arrive at May's and engage the Spider-Gang, but Prowler ends up cornebering Miles on the roof. Before Aaron can land a killing blow, Morales unmasks and pleads with his uncle to let him go. Prowler releases him and steps away, but is then gunned down by Fisk.

Miles takes Aaron to an alley, where he says his last words and dies in his nephew's arms. The tragic scene is witnessed by Miles' father, who believes Spider-Man was responsible for his brother's death.

SP//dr Is Destroyed

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While none of the flesh and blood members of the Spider-Gang perish in the final battle, Pennie Parker's beloved robot SP//dr winds up being destroyed by Scorpion, who is in turn laid out by Spider-Ham with a cartoon mallet.

It's a sad scene, but since Pennie is the least-developed of the main characters it doesn't really resonate as much as it could have. Plus, we see that she's working on a new version of her metal companion towards the end of the movie.

Miles To The Rescue

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Because Miles finds it difficult to use his abilities on command and is generally just not that great in a fight, Peter and the others decide that it'd be best if he sat out the final battle. However, after an emotional, if very one-sided conversation with his father, the teen makes a "leap of faith" and truly inhabits the mantle of Spider-Man.

Miles suits-up and arrives just in time to stop Kingpin with an electrified version of the "shoulder touch" his Uncle taught him, saving the day (not to mention the city) and allowing his friends to return to their own realities.

Meanwhile, In 2099...

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Once the credits have rolled, we meet Miguel O’Hara, aka Spider-Man 2099 (Oscar Isaac), and his holo-assistant Lyla (Greta Lee).

It seems O'Hara has been keeping an eye on the events of the movie and is very happy to hear that the multiverse has now stabilized, with Peter Parker and the others returning to their own realities.

Miguel then decides to "start at the beginning" and activates a time-travel device in order to pay a visit to the original 1967 Spider-Man animated series, where he recreates the famous "pointing scene" that has now become a well-known internet meme. Both Spideys then argue about who pointed first in a very funny little homage.
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