Sean Chiplock reveals a self-reflection on his voice actor role as Spider-Man in Marvel’s Avengers, sharing insecurities and influences towards him.
Spider-Man’s longevity as a franchise character essentially determines that new interpretations are created from time to time so that each continuity or iteration can feel unique on its own. In fact, with so many iconic interpretations it can be difficult to isolate the natural comparisons and enjoy each one for what it adds to the continuity canon itself, such as Marvel Avengers‘new version of the character.
Marvel AvengersSpider-Man is scheduled to release on November 30 for PlayStation users and the gradual release of anticipated information and content has thrilled fans who have waited ever since. Marvel AvengersLaunch to see the character. Today, the actor who plays Peter Parker has been announced and has shared his own thoughts on how challenging the role has been.
Marvel Avengers recently announced that Sean Chiplock is the voice actor behind his version of Spider-Man. Chiplock’s name is now added to Spider-Man’s illustrious pantheon of actors, but Chiplock admits that his adherence to the role did not come without insecurities and tribulations. Chiplock claims that he suffered to some degree from the mere recognition of how much the character is iconic and appreciated, asking himself questions like, ‘Do I belong here? I know what I’m doing?”.
But it is in that insecurity that Chiplock also believes that he “COMBINED with Peter Parker’s” and could relate even more than before. Spider-Man fans understand that the character’s empathic losses and tragedies are important parts of Peter Parker’s character and that balancing his desires and responsibilities is always on the razor’s edge. By identifying with these related concerns, Chiplock decided to use “Spider-Man’s human feelings to honestly explore his character.”
the MCUTom Holland’s Spider-Man is said to have been an influence on Chiplock when he entered the role due to his penchant for Holland’s ‘boyish tone’. But there was also a balance to be struck between Peter’s “heroic voice” and a more authentic approach to Marvel Avengers, which Chiplock suggests may sound awkward, though it does feature a genuine and unique take that was more enjoyable to play.
While there have been many fantastic Spider-Man actors in games, movies and television before him, Chiplock finally discovers that genuine authenticity has positively spilled over into his and Marvel Avengers‘interpretation of Spider-Man and hopes that players can also attribute these feelings to acting.
Marvel Avengers is available for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Stadia, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X / S.