Spider-Gwen debuts in new Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer

The movie focuses on Miles Morales, who ends up being mentored on how to use his newfound Spider-powers by none other than Peter Parker.

Miles Morales finally getting his own film in the extended Marvel film universe is sure to please countless fans, who have long hoped for that to happen.

But with today's new trailer and announcement, the film went from an amusing animated diversion from the main crop of superhero movies coming out of the MCU to Sony's must-see piece of comic adaptation. Jake Johnson will voice Miles' reluctant mentor, Peter Parker, and Liev Schreiber will voice Kingpin. We get hints at the multiverse, fan favorite Spider-Gwen, and Miles' family life (with his dad reimagined as a police officer here).

Phil Lord and Chris Miller's Spider-Verse is much bigger than we thought.

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Spider-Man might now be making his live-action appearances in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Sony still owns the right to the character and continue to make the most of his popularity. Seriously, think about it: Lily Tomlin voicing Aunt May ... in a movie centered on Miles Morales... where Peter tells Miles, "Don't do it like me, do it like you"?

All in all, this trailer delivers on the promises teased in that first teaser, and the film looks so unique that, even if we were sick of the character, it would be different enough to justify a watch (also, Spider-Gwen!).

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse opens in theaters on December 14th. This will be the first animated feature to come out of Sony that will be PG-13, so it's safe to expect that it will be unlike anything we've ever seen.

The trailer combines a novel style of animation that combines photo-realistic environments with comic book-inspired character designs.

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