Spiderman : Into the Spider Verse is a American computer animated thrill drama movie starring the star of the Marvel Universe the Spiderman . It was produced by Columbia pictures and Sony Pictures animation in association with Marvel. It was released in the year 2018 and was the first Spiderman franchise ever to be distributed and is set in a different universe called the spider verse. The movie is directed by Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, and Rodney Rothman from a screenplay by Phil Lord and Rothman, and a story by Lord.
The producer of the movie Chris Miller said that the he was inspired to make this movie from the movies version Kingpin. The movie is popularly citied as the most popular and well made Spiderman movie and is primarily credited for popularising the spider themes indifferent universe. Peter parker even was nominated for the academy awards under the animation category for the movie. This character is imaginative creation of Spiderman’s lover Gwen, Peni Parker and Peter Porker.
Though villains are not really talked about but in the movie : Into the Spider Verse an approach deliberately shown that anyone is capable of being a super villain. That is the main reason that the villain Mr. Octopus had a female voice of Kathryn Hahn. It was shown so strongly throughout the movie that Kingpin was a ruthless devil and utterly evil. He doesn’t care for anyone’s feeling and is portrayed as heartless even after his sympathetic back story of him losing his entire family. Created by Stan Lee, Kingpin was a character introduced in the world of comics in the year 1967. He’s since been portrayed by John Rhys-Davies, Michael Clarke Duncan, and Vincent D’Onofrio.
Kingpin is shown as the main villain in the movie Into the Spider Verse and has been very memorable, strong, ruthless and quiet intimidating. Flashing some light upon the making of the villain the producer of the movie said that it was Bill Sienkiewicz’s work with Kingpin that helped inspire Into the Spider-Verse’s iteration of Kingpin. Miller shares a flash back picture of an oil pastel painting showing the rough sketch of the villain. The picture very well portrays the emotions of Kingpin when he lost his family and the helplessness which explains the reason of him being so ruthless and stone hearted. This proves that the movie is a magnificent work of beautiful and creative writing executed equally well.