Two versions of Across the Spider-Verse are in theaters.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has two different versions being shown in cinemas, as pointed out by fans on Twitter. 

One version features a scene where Spider-Man 2099 interacts with his assistant Lyla, who either points at Miguel or takes a selfie with a bunny filter. 

Another difference is found in the dialogue of the Scarlet Spider while chasing Miles through The Lobby. In one version 

he claims to have Miles in a sleeper hold, while in the other, he comments on his "well-defined musculature." 

The film's associate editor, Andrew Leviton, confirmed the existence of different versions and anticipated fans noticing the discrepancies. 

Christopher Miller, the writer and producer, shared behind-the-scenes photos of Donald Glover in his costume as Aaron Davis (the Prowler) from Across the Spider-Verse. 

Donald Glover, known for playing Aaron in Spider-Man: Homecoming, makes a brief cameo in Across the Spider-Verse 

sparking speculation among fans about his potential return in a live-action Spider-Man film. 

Fans are eager to see Glover reprise his role as the Prowler in a future Spider-Man movie. 

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