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Daniel Kaluuya's Character Was Almost Cut from 'Across the Spider-Verse'

Daniel Kaluuya almost didn’t make the cut for Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse.

In a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, the film’s producers Phil Lord, Chris Miller, and co-director Kemp Powers discussed their decision to cast the 34-year-old actor in the movie and revealed why his character Spider-Punk was almost cut from the film.

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The Biggest Superhero Movies That Got Scrapped & Canceled

Superhero films are frequently box office smash hits.

The high budget, high action films, largely based on comic books from companies like Marvel and DC Comics, regularly break ticket sales records, and are enjoyed by audiences all across the world.

Along the way, there have been plenty of almost-was superhero films, from highly anticipated sequels to unexpected takes on the genre from different directors. For various reasons, be it finances or creative differences, they never ended up coming to light.

Considering the news of Batgirl getting canceled at Warner Bros., we’re taking a look at some other projects that also aren’t making their debut in theaters anymore.

Find out which superhero movies got scrapped during the creative process, or just never got off the ground…

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11 Actors Auditioned to Play Spider-Man But Weren't Cast, Including a Musician & a Friend of Zendaya

Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland have all played Spider-Man, one of Marvel‘s most beloved young heroes, on the big screen in the last three decades. However, they faced some stiff competition to book the gig.

A multitude of actors have been attached to the role of Peter Parker at some point over the years.

Many of them competed with Tobey, Andrew and Tom. However, others were up for totally different movies that never got made. Interestingly, some of the celebs who were considered for the part even went on to land different roles in the franchise!

We looked back in history and pulled together 11 A-listers who had been linked to the part over the years and checked out what they had to say about their audition process. There might be some surprises on this list!

Scroll through all of the actors who were rumored to be competing for a chance to play Spider-Man…

Andrew Garfield Teases Returning For More 'Spider-Man' Movies

Andrew Garfield is weighing in on participating in more Spider-Man movies.

The 39-year-old actor famously played the titular character, aka Peter Parker, in The Amazing Spider-Man movies that came out in 2012 and 2014.

Now, in a new interview, Andrew is hinting at returning to the franchise in some form.

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Sony Changes Up Release Schedule for Third 'Spider-Verse,' 'Gran Turismo' & More Amid SAG-AFTRA Strike

Sony is making some big changes to their release schedule in the face of the ongoing SAG-AFTRA and writers strikes.

Since the actors union began their strike earlier this month, movies on the calendar for a late July release have proceeded as scheduled without any promotional efforts from their casts.

However, Sony is one of the first studios to begin announcing changes that will impact their calendar into 2024 and beyond. One movie that is part of a successful franchise has even been put on an indefinite pause.

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Bad Bunny's Spider-Man Universe Movie 'El Muerto' Pulled from Sony Schedule

Sad news for Bad Bunny fans.

According to a report from Deadline published on Wednesday (June 21), the 29-year-old Un Verano Sin Ti performer’s Spider-Man universe movie has been pulled from Sony’s release schedule.

The movie was titled El Muerto and is set to be directed by Jonas CuarĂ³n. The film would mark the first time a Latino character would lead a Marvel live-action film.

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'Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse' Latest Film To Be Banned in United Arab Emirates

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse just got banned!

The newest movie in the realm of the Spider-Man franchise was reportedly banned by the United Arab Emirates, and a reason why was revealed.

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