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Fan Edit Made Andrew Garfield Spider-Man Meet Gwen Stacy As Spider-Gwen!

Technology is always evolving and always being upgraded time. Many functions that users can use, ranging from daily drivers as hardware or perhaps virtual technologies such as CGI and VFX to film production. As technology continues to advance more and more, the tools available to VFX editors and artists are now at levels that were previously unthinkable.

Spider-Man is a franchise and character that gets a lot of attention from fans around the world. After No Way Home, many fans want each of the three versions of Spider-Man to get more movies or at least make cameos in other upcoming MCU events. And from the fan side, there’s a crazy video that makes dreams come true.

Spider-Man Meets Spider-Gwen for the First Time in Live Action

Gwen Stacy is also an important character based on Marvel comics, she also got a superhero to alter as Spider-Gwen in a white coat. When a normal person died in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, based on the comic another version of Gwen lived and became Spider-Gwen.

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Spider-Gwen was first introduced to comic book readers in 2014 and only recently became popular after she made her big screen debut in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2018. As many had expected to see Spider-Gwen coming to live-action, especially if Stone returns, a fan has made it happen with insane edits.

Movila shared an impressive Deepfake edit on YouTube featuring Spider-Man Andrew Garfield meeting Spider-Gwen Emma Stone after Spider-Man: No Way Home.

Movila explains in its description that the short film was created as part of an art school project focused on Deepfakes, meaning that Garfield and Stone’s likeness was created through AI.

Deepfake technology has been widely used in Hollywood in recent years, most famously for relegating older actors to their younger selves. This process has been implemented in The Mandalorian, Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Irishman, and more.

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In many ways, it’s insane to see this cutting-edge technology accessible from a home environment, allowing fans to make edits above and beyond even Hollywood.

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