Oscar Isaac is already thinking about the next Spider-Verse film and has a role in mind for Pedro Pascal. The actor, who voices the character Miguel O’Hara/Spider-Man 2099 in the upcoming film Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, stated that the production team has been “brilliant at finding the right person for the right character”. However, he suggested that Pascal should voice a character in the next film, saying “Let’s find something for him. He should be a Spider-Person, like a cranky, old Spider-Person”.
In an interview with British GQ, Isaac also talked about his admiration for the character he voices, Miguel O’Hara, and his unique qualities. He explained that the character has fangs and claws, and a simmering violence underneath at all times. Isaac finds this interesting and believes it makes the character stand out.
Isaac on Voice Acting vs. Regular Acting
Isaac also discussed the differences between voice acting and regular acting during the interview. He noted that in voice acting, an actor only has their voice to express the character’s emotions and feelings. It requires a lot of collaboration between the actor, animators, and designers to create the character. Isaac admires how all these elements come together to create a beautiful work of art.
The Beauty in Miguel’s Transformation
Isaac also spoke about the beauty of Miguel’s transformation in the upcoming film. He said that the way the character transforms visually and becomes more feral as things fall apart is amazing.
Oscar Isaac’s thoughts on the next Spider-Verse film and his role in it are promising. His admiration for Miguel’s unique qualities and Pedro Pascal’s potential involvement in the next film are exciting prospects. Furthermore, Isaac’s insights into the collaboration and artistry required in voice acting provide an interesting look into the creation of animated characters. Fans of the Spider-Verse franchise have much to look forward to with the upcoming film and the possibilities for the future.