A Musical Multiverse Was Created for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Eric Goldman
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One of 2023’s most acclaimed films, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, is now available on Digital, with 4K UHD and Blu-ray releases early next month. Among the bonus features on the home release of Across the Spider-Verse is a look at the creation of the film’s fantastic musical score, and Fandom has two exclusive clips to share with you focused on that aspect.

First, in the clip above, Writer/Producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, Editor Michael Andrews, Executive Producer Peter Ramsey, and Executive Producer Bob Persichetti discuss how innovative the work of composer Daniel Pemberton is and why he’s such a crucial part of the film’s impact.

Then, in the second clip below, Pemberton himself dives into how he strives to have a very different and distinct sound for each world and character in Spider-Verse and the lengths he’ll go to to get the sounds he wants, while Persichetti, Lord & Miller, Producer Amy Pascal and Director Justin K. Thompson elaborate on the specific ways Pemberton’s work is so noteworthy in the film  – including blending the music of a DJ with a live orchestra.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is now available on Digital with the 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD releases set for September 5.

For more on Across the Spider-Verse, check out the link below as we explore 9 of the film’s most notable Easter eggs.

Eric Goldman
Eric Goldman is Managing Editor for Fandom. He's a bit obsessed with Star Wars, Marvel, Disney, theme parks, and horror movies... and a few other things. Too many, TBH.