Into the Spider-Verse Deleted Scene Reveals an Emotional Pep Talk

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

With Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse being released on digital HD next week, Sony has released a deleted scene from the acclaimed animated film.

The deleted scene takes place immediately after Miles Morales leaves feeling he's not experienced enough to join the alternate universe webslingers in saving the multiverse from Kingpin. With the animation still unfinished, the scene then has Aunt May direct Peter Parker to follow Miles on to a billboard where he gives him a pep talk about being a hero.

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"You can't think about saving the whole world," Peter explains. "You have to think about saving one person, Miles. You just think about someone you love."

The clip provides a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the animation process behind the award-winning film, with unfinished backgrounds and hand-drawn animation over CGI figures. It is the second special feature confirmed for the home video release, following the reveal of a brand-new Spider-Ham animated short announced earlier this week.

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse comes to home release on Blu-Ray, UltraHD, 4K and DVD on March 19 and a digital HD release on February 26.

(via io9)

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