Post Malone & Swae Lee’s "Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse" Song Was Film’s Second Choice


If you've got watched Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, you seemingly agree that Post Malone and Swae Lee's hit "Sunflower" was an ideal match with the movie. With the radio play that the duo has gotten, it seems to have prolonged the attain of simply being a tune made for a film soundtrack. When we're launched to Miles Morales, we see him stumbling over the lyrics to "Sunflower," displaying his character proper off the bat. However, the monitor wasn't all the time the studio's first choose to look within the film.

Swae Lee and Post Malone might have discovered previous success with their collaborations however "Sunflower" wasn't all the time going to look in Spider-Man. "We had this concept that if he sang a tune that was out of his register, it could make the viewers chortle," mentioned writers Phil Lord and Rodney Rothman. They had a "foolproof" method of reaching this end result: with Childish Gambino's "Redbone." According to Vulture, Donald Glover's standard tune was truly the studio's first selection for the intro. 

Unfortunately, they have been now not ready to make use of the monitor after Get Out known as dibs, utilizing it of their movie. "We have been in large bother after we could not use it anymore - we wanted to interchange one of many biggest songs of the yr, and we needed to do it in time to spend the three months we would want to animate that shot," mentioned the writers. They ended up coming via with Post Malone and Swae Lee's collaboration, which hits as successfully as Childish Gambino would have.