One of the things that didn’t really carry over into the current MCU/DCEU world of superhero movies is huge soundtrack songs and albums but back in the days of the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy, each movie in the franchise got at least 1, if not multiple, big soundtrack song, complete with an accompanying music video.
The 90s Spider-Man cartoon is an undisputed classic for most 90s kids and helped introduce a number of them to iconic Marvel heroes and villains through multi-chapter storylines during the show’s run from 1994 to 1998.
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker is recruited by Nick Fury to help him and a mysterious visitor from another Earth stop The Elementals, a group of powerful villains that are wreaking havoc on cities across Europe.
Miles Morales arrives on the big screen with the stunning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which features a fantastic voice cast and jaw-dropping animation that puts you literally into the panels of a comic book in a love letter to all things Spidey.
After a few barren weeks at the box office, four new (well three new and one rejiggered) movies hit theaters including the highly anticipated Into the Spider-Verse, the latest from Clint Eastwood, a Peter Jackson backed YA adaptation and a PG-13 Deadpool for the whole family.
Post Malone and Swae Lee contributed the first song for the highly anticipated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Sunflower, and the video for the song incorporates the movie’s visual style in some fun and cool ways.
When Kingpin activates a particle accelerator as part of his latest evil scheme, he brings multiple Spider heroes into his universe, who join forces with Miles Morales to help prevent all the universes from being destroyed in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.