Ranking the gags and meta-jokes in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a Sisyphean task, but there is one undeniably good goof for Christmas: the holiday record teased in the film. Which is, it turns out, 100 percent real and available online right now.

Peter Parker drops a mention of this ill-fated album in the film’s opening, and viewers who stick around during the credits get to experience “Spidey-Bells” (sung by Chris Pine) for themselves. The full EP, A Very Spidey Christmas, includes Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Spider-Man (Jake Johnson), and Green Goblin (Jorma Taccone) all lending their talents to reimagine classic holiday tunes. “Joy to the world / that I just saved / You all can sleep soundly,” Moore sings, while Johnson belts out, “ Deck the hall with bound of villains / ‘Tis the season to save millions.”

Songs are available individually on Sony Pictures Animation’s YouTube channel for a quick dip. You can also find the full list on Spotify and Apple Music. Not everyone on the album has a future singing career, but I’m not here to single anyone out. It’s the holidays.

Facebook Comments

More Stuff

Boston Dynamics debuts the production version of SpotMini Last year at our TC Sessions: Robotics conference, Boston Dynamics announced that SpotMini will be its first commercially available product. A revampe...
Platforms Want Centralized Censorship. That Should Scare You In the immediate aftermath of the horrific attacks at the Al Noor Mosque and Linwood Islamic Centre in Christchurch, New Zealand, internet companies f...
3 Ways to Install Atom Text Editor in openSUSE Atom is a free, open-source, hackable, easy to customize and cross-platform text editor, that works on Linux, OS X, and Windows. It is a desktop appli...
How to Delete all Text in a File Using Vi/Vim Editor Vim is a great tool for editing text or configuration files in Linux. One of the lesser-known Vim tricks is clearing or deleting all text or lines in ...
Spread the love

Posted by News Monkey