The Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Trailer Drops Marvel Bombs That Will Have You Screaming

The Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Trailer Drops Marvel Bombs That Will Have You Screaming

We’ve been waiting for years to see Miles Morales on the big screen, and from the looks of things, when we finally see him in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse later this year, it’s going to be downright incredible.

Miles and Peter swinging through the woods and meeting their newest ally, Gwen. Image: Sony

After the success of Spider-Man: Homecoming, Sony really needed to find a way to make its next Spider-Man film shine in a unique way, and the studio seems to have absolutely nailed that judging from the latest Into the Spider-Verse trailer.

There’s all kinds of new footage in the spot, but the most shocking thing it sets up is that the film’s definitely hinting at the beginning of an honest-to-god cinematic Spider-Verse where Miles (Shameik Moore) will meet a version of Peter Parker (Jake Johnson) and the one and only Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld).

Together, the trio will do battle with the Prowler (Mahershala Ali) and the Kingpin (Liev Schreiber) as they try to save New York and, well, the entire multiverse, perhaps.

Get. Hype. People.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse hits theatres December 13.


  • *throws money at screen*
    This is going to be awesome seeing this with my young bloke – he’ll lose his collective

  • The animation seems choppy and cheap like its missing frames.
    Not a fan of the peter parker voice either.

    Love the concept, but those character deserve better than a cheap cartoon movie.

    • So I wasn’t the only one who noticed the choppy frames? I know they are wanting that rakenbass claymation style, but this so obviously done on computers that those frame skips are more annoying that a style choice.

    • For some reason I really liked it, thought the animation and style was amazing. And I’m usually hypercritical of CGI movies… I think it was just unique enough to draw me in.

  • This looks so gooood!! Love the animation style they’ve gone for….tying in comic book elements is a nice touch, and it seems to balance realism and the cartoon style in a really interesting way. Can’t wait!

  • Considering how different this Peter Parker is from the one in Homecoming, I don’t see how this is MCU related unless they’re ALSO setting up for alternate earths, or ones set in the future.

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