The short trailer gives viewers a peek behind that mask.
But Into the Spider-Verse doesn't just look different.
A stylish animated trailer for Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse, which features a new song from Vince Staples, was revealed on Saturday at the Comic-Con Experience CCXP17 in São Paolo, Brazil, and it's a doozy. This new film looks to change that by introducing the general audience to one of the best alternate Spider-Men: Miles Morales, who was introduced in Ultimate Fallout #4 in 2011 after Peter Parker died in battle. However, they both had something missing; Maguire was a great Peter Parker, but his Spider-Man was missing something and Garfield's Spidey was fantastic, but his Peter Parker was somewhat lacking. In the comics, Morales was also bitten by a radioactive spider from Oscorp, giving him super-strength and other enhanced abilities. We even get a glimpse at Morales speaking with another Spider-Man near the end of the trailer. Also, your go-to Grant Morrison/Love & Rockets/Hellboy/Legion of Super-Heroes expert.
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The animated film is the brainchild of writers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (the duo behind "The Lego Movie"). This is it's own standalone project from Sony, meaning we won't be seeing an animated Tom Holland show up half-way through.
Reports from Omega Underground suggest that the sequel is set to begin filming in June 2018.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will be directed by Bob Perschietti (Puss in Boots, The Little Prince) and stars the voice talents of Shameik Moore, Liev Schreiber, Mahershala Ali and Brian Tyree Henry.