Teaser released for animated movie 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse'

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While the MCU is now clinging on to Parker, with its third and highly successful iteration of the superhero, Spider-Man: Homecoming did leave some subtle hints that Morales might eventually make an appearance. As wonderful as that sounded though, there was a problem: These same fans were all Peter Parkered out.

It was promised by Miller that the visuals of this new Spider-Man movie were "gonna be unlike anything on screen before", and he's absolutely right on that. Instead of Peter Parker being the main character, this movie focuses on the newer character of Miles Morales.

The trailer, while short, is exciting. Are you looking forward to seeing Miles Morales in action?

2018 is going to be a big year for Spider-man, though that doesn't necessarily mean just for Peter Parker.

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Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse will feature Miles Morales, who replaced Peter Parker after the character's death in the Ultimate Universe. This sets it apart from most of Marvel's and DC's previous animated movies, which normally go straight to DVD or streaming services. Rather, it brings to mind classic sci-fi comics. For now, this film is a completely standalone entity. In this trailer, we see him swinging about the city clumsily until he seems to run into another Spider-man and asks, "How many of us are there?" This is it's own standalone project from Sony, meaning we won't be seeing an animated Tom Holland show up half-way through. We have been told that after the still-untitled Avengers 4 that the MCU was getting shook up in a big way, and the existence of alternate universes would definitely do that.

Shameik Moore (The Get Down, Dope) provides the voice for Miles Morales, with Mahershala Ali (Moonlight, Luke Cage), Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan) and Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) also having been cast in supporting roles.

Oscar victor Mahershala Ali, Brian Tyree Henry, and Liev Schreiber are among the voice talent in the feature which opens nationwide December 14, 2018.