Amazon MGM Studios and Prime Video have officially announced that they have given the green light to NOIRa live-action Spider-Man Noir, which has already received the order to become a series by the studios. And not only that. It is also confirmed that Nicolas Cage will return to play the character, Spider-Man Noir.

Cage played Spider-Man Noir in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as one of the many variants that provided aid to Miles Morales. Also appeared in the sequel Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse, making use of archival audio for Cage's return. In addition, a greater participation is expected for the third installment, Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse.

The series will premiere on the linear channel MGM+ in the United States, while in the international market it will be broadcast on Prime Video.

Vernon Sanders, head of television at Amazon MGM Studios, said in a press release (via Variety):

“Expanding the Marvel universe with 'Noir' is a unique and special opportunity and we are honored to bring this series to our global Prime Video customers. The extremely talented Nicolas Cage is an ideal choice for our new superhero and the accomplished production team with Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Amy Pascal and the incredible team at Sony are dedicated to expanding this franchise in the most authentic way.”

  • The project will mark the first time the character has been portrayed in live-action.
  • It will be Cage's first major TV project. His last participation on the small screen was as host of the documentary History of Swear Words the Netflix.


“Noir will tell the story of an aging, down-on-his-luck private investigator (Cage) in 1930s New York, who is forced to deal with his past life as the city's only superhero.”

Ears Uziel (22 Jump Street, The Cloverfield Paradox, Mortal Kombat, Escape Room 2) is the head writer and co-showrunner alongside Steve Lightfoot.

The duo Phil Lord y Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse) are executive producers alongside Amy Pascal, Uziel and Lightfoot.

Harry Bradbeer will direct the first two episodes, and will also serve as executive producers.

Sony Pictures Television produces the series along with Amazon MGM Studios.

Spider-Man Noir is an alternate version of Spider-Man from a universe set during the 1930s. Characterized by its black and white aesthetic, Spider-Man Noir operates in a gritty, noir-themed New York City. Unlike the more familiar and colorful Spider-Man, this version is a tough detective who fights crime in a dark and corrupt world, combining superhero elements with classic crime fiction tropes, such as moral ambiguity and a focus on crime. crime drama.


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