‘Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse’ Audience CinemaScore Grade Revealed

Spider-Man Spider-Verse CinemaScoreSony Pictures Animation and Marvel’s newest animated film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has received universal acclaim from critics and audiences alike. Now, CinemaScore has officially revealed the audience grade for the film, and the artists behind this remarkable Spidey story should celebrate.

CinemaScore has revealed that audiences on average gave the film a rare A+ grade.

When compared to previous entries in the film franchise, Spider-Man (2002) received an A-Spider-Man 2 received an A-Spider-Man 3 received a B+The Amazing Spider-Man received an A-The Amazing Spider-Man 2 received a B+, Spider-Man: Homecoming received an and Venom received a B+.

Here is a description at how CinemaScore tallies grades from audiences for new films:

CinemaScore® is the industry leader in measuring movie appeal among theatre audiences. Since 1978, CinemaScore has been polling moviegoers at major movie releases on opening night to collect demographic information and calculate a distinctive CinemaScore grade.

The film continues to receive incredible word-of-mouth and is also in-contention as one of the frontrunners for Best Animated Feature during the awards season as it competes against other animated films such as Incredibles 2, Ralph Breaks the Internet and more.

How would you personally grade the film? How does it compare to any of the other films focused on the character? Would you also give it an A+? Sound off in the comments below, and be sure to continue following Heroic Hollywood for all the latest news about the beloved webhead.

Here is the synopsis for the film

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind.  Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.

Directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman with a screenplay by Phil Lord, the film features the voices of Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Jake Johnson, Liev Schreiber, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Velez and Lily Tomlin.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is in theaters now!

Source: CinemaScore

What We Learned About ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ At CCXP

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Spider-Man Far From HomeSony Pictures and Marvel Studios shared some brand new information on their highly-anticipated sequel, Spider-Man: Far From Home. The film, which is the follow-up to 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming marks the return of Tom Holland as Peter Parker following the release of Avengers: Endgame and will also feature the cinematic debut of Mysterio, who is portrayed by Academy Award-nominee Jake Gyllenhaal.

Here are some of the things we have learned about Spider-Man: Far From Home following its presentation at the 2018 Comic Con Experience (CCXP) in Brazil. Click "Next" to find out.

1. Peter Parker & Michelle Will Be Involved Romantically

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In Spider-Man: Homecoming, we saw Peter crushing on Liz Allan (Laura Harrier), who has since moved away from Queens, New York with her mother following the fallout of her father Adrian Toomes' (Michael Keaton) crimes as the Vulture. With Liz now out of the picture, we have Michelle Jones (Zendaya) also known as "MJ" that Peter has his eyes on. In Homecoming, Michelle seemed to tow the line between cold and friendly to Peter, with hints that she was romantically interested in him the whole time.

Now, it looks like Peter and Michelle have since grown closer with one another following the events of Homecoming. Perhaps their romantic connection will play a significant role in Peter's motivations in Far From Home. 

2. Aunt May Supports Her Nephew As Spider-Man In Far From Home

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Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) found out about her beloved nephew Peter's secret at the end of Homecoming. Now that she's aware that he continues his hero work as our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, she is also fully-supportive of him despite the fact that he continues to put himself in danger.

3. Happy Hogan & Aunt May Share A Romantic AffairSpider-Man Far From Home Happy Hogan Aunt May

This one comes as a bit of a surprise. Based off of information from CCXP, it appears that Aunt May is romantically involved with none other than Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau). This certainly won't be awkward for Peter.

4. Spider-Man & Mysterio Start Are Brought Together By Nick Fury

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The narrative for Far From Home will begin with Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) bringing Spider-Man and Quentin Blake/Mysterio together for a mission in which they must hunt down the Elementals. Mysterio has some knowledge about the Elementals and wants to defeat them to make the world safer.

The unlikely duo has been described to have a "brothers in arms" dynamic. What could possibly go wrong?

5. Spider-Man & Mysterio's Relationship Is The Central Focus

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During the presentation at CCXP, Gyllenhaal revealed that Far From Home will be a unique Spider-Man film due to the relationship between the beloved hero and Mysterio:

"The central point of the film is the relationship of Peter with Mysterio, which is a completely new dynamic. Tom Holland is the best Spider-Man. There's no one more professional than him."

Seeing Holland and Gyllenhaal acting alongside eachother will certainly be a highlight.

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Noah Villaverde

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  • Neuromancer

    eh it was ok at best, peter parker was the best part. When he was on screen, people teared up, then its like oh yea this is a mile movie. hes sooo original. His origin is just the hip wanna be cool guy retelling of peters Awesome ORIGINAL origin story.

    Just like tlj its copying better things instead of doing something new. Off brand 2d rate instead of being original, because that’s all these wanna be creatives know how to do anymore, take something better and alter it. Piggy back off of better characters and try to make them the standard. When miles wouldn’t even have his story without parker.

    Im sure making him a fat failure version of spiderman was no coincidence.

    Even so he was still 10 times more compelling than anything in miles story. Miles has lame villains also which is why he has to steal everything from the real spiderman.

    Just like TLJ this movie wont be highly reguarded for very long, aquaman was better.
    They should of just made miles an original super hero, just like if RJ and the lames at Lucasfilm wanted to make something that isn’t star wars, they should create their own sci fi brand.