'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Almost Didn't Include Spider-Punk

Spider-Punk was almost cut from Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, but the creative team was desperate to incorporate him in some way.

 Spider-Punk became a more active and significant character in Miles Morales' plot because to Daniel Kaluuya's infectious energy and ad-libbing abilities.

Spider-Punk encourages Miles Morales to forge his own destiny rather than blindly following the Spider-Society's norms, proving to be a valued and helpful buddy.

With almost 250 Spider-People in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, it's difficult to fathom why any character that creators Phil Lord and Chris Miller wanted in the film wouldn't make the cut. 

It's difficult to envision a character as crucial and effortlessly cool as Spider-Punk (voiced by the effortlessly cool Daniel Kaluuya),

the anarchic British web-slinger who almost didn't make it into the film. However, the creators of Across the Spider-Verse had some solid reasons for almost excluding the character. 

Fortunately, they had a stronger motive for including him in Miles Morales' (Shameik Moore) plot. So, what was it that made getting Spider-Punk on the big screen so difficult?

Chris Miller and Phil Lord I didn't know how to incorporate Spider-Punk.

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