“Spider-man: Across The Spider-verse” is banned in the UAE due to a scene featuring a trans flag reading “Protect Trans Kids” hanging on the wall of Gwen’s room.
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Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has dominated at the box office and is widely considered to be among the franchise’s finest cinematic outing. Since the film’s initial release, admirers have gushed over its plot, animation techniques, and central characters.
After the events of Into the Spider-Verse, where Miles Morales met other Spider-People like Spider-Gwen in his reality, this new feature finds him back on Earth-1610 as the lone Spider-Man. The film also introduces Miguel O’Hara as Spider-Man 2099, who has established a covert ‘Spider-Society‘ to prevent the collapse of both the canon and the multiverse.
Gwen Stacy’s adolescent experience in her own universe and the conflicts she has with her father about her identity are given equal weight to the multiverse adventure that has a lot in store for fans. A trans flag reading “Protect Trans Kids” can be seen hanging on the wall of Gwen’s room in a certain scene.
This sparked widespread speculation online that whether Gwen is a transgender individual or not. UAE and other Middle Eastern countries have opted not to release the film due to the trans flag the film displays in the scene. Here’s what fans had to say about it.
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