The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has forced us all to stay indoors. Parents and kids are at home and are spending this time bonding and watching movies. But at the same time, kids, along with adults, can feel a bit blue since they’re not allowed to go out to the park or play with their friends. But Spider-Man voice actor, Jake Johnson, wants to help you cheer your kid up.

The actor, who became famous for his role as Peter Parker in the 2018 animated film Spider Man: Into the Spider Verse, took to Instagram to share an important message. He mentioned that since the quarantine, a lot of parents have DM’d him, telling they’ve been watching a lot of Spider-Verse with their kids.

“So, here’s my idea,” he wrote. “If your child is home from school and wants a quick encouraging message from Peter B. [Parker], then send me an email with their name I’ll try and send over a short voice note.”

The email address is

Johnson also made sure to apologise in advance to all the parents and kids if he won’t be able to reach out to them.



So go on, give it a try. If you’re lucky, you might just have a message from Spider-Man lying in your inbox.