What If…? | Marvel changed Spider-Man episode for being too dark

What If…?  |  Marvel changed Spider-Man episode for being too dark

What if …? (What would happen if …? In Spain) arrives this Wednesday, August 11 at Disney + with its first episode. AC Bradley’s animated series, which will tell us what would happen if the things we already knew from the movies had a completely different development, will take us to “a multiverse of infinite possibilities,” says Marvel. Each episode will be dedicated to a character; what we did not know is that the centered on Spider-Man could have been very different.

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Marvel ruled out adapting a terrifying version of Spider-Man in What If…?

Bradley explained during an interview with Post-Credit Podcast (via ScreenRant) that one of the episodes they had in mind was too dark and they ended up discarding it; not because it was scary, but because it might not be accepted by the regulatory code for ages PG-13but a superior one, which would upset the plans. This series must be suitable for young people, teenagers. It was a red line.

“There was an original episode of ‘What If’ where Spider-Man turns into a real spider, and that was too dark and too body horror for … PG-13.” Although in the comic we have seen even more complex situations, from Screen Rant suggest that the writer may refer to comic # 88 of What If…?, since it describes it under the subgenus of the body horror, but that detail has not transpired.

What If…? premieres this August 11 on Disney +; will have 10 episodes

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is thus experiencing a completely different stage than usual since this August on Disney +. After series such as WandaVision, Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki, added to the theatrical release (and Disney + with additional payment) of Black Widow, it is time to find out what would happen if the facts that we already knew about the films ended or were developed in very different ways. A multiverse of surprises and situations that will catch us completely unprepared throughout 10 episodes.

Every Wednesday we will have a new episode starting early in the morning in Spain; in this way, we will have entertainment until next October.

The next appointments with the UCM that we must mark on the calendar, apart from What if…? on Disney +, it has a lot to do with the cinema: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on September 3 in theaters; Eternals on November 5 in theaters and Spider-Man: No Way Home on December 17 in theaters.

Source | Post-Credit Podcast; via ScreenRant

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