Offset Brings His and Cardi B’s Son Wave To ‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ Red Carpet

Offset brought his boys along for a night out at the “Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” Hollywood premiere on Tuesday night.

The Migos rapper and his kids dressed for the occasion wearing black and red leather styles. The 31-year-old, who is featured on the film’s soundtrack posed for photos while holding his son Wave, who he shares with Cardi B and sons Jordan, 13, and Kody, 8, joined in the fun.

Offset also has a special night out with his daughters earlier this month when he brought them to “The Little Mermaid” premiere. He shared daughter Kulture, 5, with Cardi B and also is a date to daughter Kalea, 8, from past relationships.

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“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” stars Hailee Steinfeld as the voice of Gwen Stacy, she spoke to Access Hollywood at the film’s premiere.

“This night, first of all, is so incredible and so surreal,” the actress said. “This film has been over four years in the making, so we’re here! My friend [Miles Morales voice actor] Shameik [Moore] and I have been joking for many, many months now about how many more sessions we have on this thing, and it’s done, it’s out, it’s about to become yours!”

“We’re so excited for people to be able to see this and take away the world from it. There’s a lot in it, and I think and hope it will resonate with many,” she added.

Hailee also reflected on the stage of their lives that teens Miles and Gwen are in “Across the Spider-Verse” and how relatable that chapter is.

“One of the main storylines in this film is the fact that they are going through that point in their life where you’re just trying to figure it all out,” she shared. You’re trying to figure out yourself, you’re trying to figure out your purpose, and how to find your walk and find yourself and be yourself unapologetically. That’s so hard to do, and especially at that point in your life, you’re just really trying to get it right. So I absolutely can relate to both of them.”

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” hits theaters June 2.

 

 

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