Published: Fri, June 08, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" Latest Trailer Shows Off Gorgeous Visuals


As for the leading Spider-Man, Miles Morales, the creative duo are looking forward to him getting his shine. Although a live action Miles movie may still be a distant dream, the Phil Lord and Chris Miller-produced Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse does indeed look to do the beloved young hero right, and in the form of some attractive animation.

Sony released the first full trailer for their forthcoming animated feature Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse starring Shameik Moore (Dope, The Get Down) in a different take on your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse arrives in theaters on December 25. Miles Morales proved so popular that when the Ultimate Universe was killed along with all other alternate ones, Miles was brought into the main Marvel Comics universe. The latest trailer for Phil Lord and Chris Miller's Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is here, and it stars three web-slingers whose names you're probably very familiar with: Miles Morales, Peter Parker, and Gwen Stacy.

As Miles Morales himself says in the new Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer, "In your universe, there's only one Spider-Man".

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The cherries on top of this already tasty movie sundae (we're going to spot this convoluted metaphor while we're ahead) are the supporting voice cast for Into the Spider-Verse.

While Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now dead, that doesn't mean we won't be getting some Spider-Man related movies from Sony. Additionally, Atlanta actor Brian Tyree Henry will be voicing Miles' father, and former Sabretooth actor Liev Schreiber will be voicing the villain Kingpin.

This unique vision comes from the minds of an exceptionally talented crew, including producers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (The Lego Movie), and directors Bob Persichetti (head of story on Puss in Boots), Peter Ramsey (director of Rise of the Guardians), and Rodney Rothman (writer of Lord and Miller's 22 Jump Street). With the Marvel cinematic universe in dire straights and DC's universe just dire and the X-Men all over the damn place, having a superhero movie that looks like it's just telling a fun story is really refreshing.

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