Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Trailer Reveals Six Spideys (Including Spider-Ham)

"How many more Spidey-people are there?"

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Although fans will have to wait until next July for the next dose of live-action Spider-Man, his animated counterpart hits theaters much sooner--this December. Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is a feature-length animated movie in which Spidey encounters many different versions of himself and has to save reality against the evil Kingpin.

While the previous trailer showed us three Spideys--Peter Parker, Miles Morales, and Gwen Stacey--the latest reveals that there are no fewer than six within the Multiverse of the title. There's also the 1940s hero Spider-Man Noir, Peni Parker (aka SP//dr), and, er Spider-Ham. It's fast-moving, funny, spectacularly animated, and looks like a must-see this Christmas. Check it out above.

Into The Spider-Verse is produced by The Lego Movie's Phil Lord and Chris Miller, with a screenplay by Lord. The voice cast includes Shameik Moore (The Get Down) as Miles, Jake Johnson (Jurassic World) as Peter, Hailee Steinfeld (Bumblebee) as Gwen, plus Nicolas Cage (Mandy), Liev Schreiber (Ray Donovan), and Mahershala Ali (Luke Cage).

In a recent interview, Miller spoke about the movie's distinctive visuals. "This is a new, unique experience, and we are pushing the medium," he said, via Indiewire. "We're getting away with so much with this movie. It's a pretty wild style." Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse hits theaters on December 14.

In related news, the first images of the villain in next year's live-action Marvel sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home were revealed this week. Jake Gyllenhall will play Mysterio, and new pictures show him on set in the Czech Republic.

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This film looks really fun; it's coming together quite nicely.

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I just realized who does Spider-Pig's voice! Spider-Pig is NOT allowed into the Salt and Pepper Diner.

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Is my player screwed up or the movie has a different frequency of frames?

Avatar image for USDevilDog

@santinegrete: You are correct. From what I read, the computer animation in some parts were done to look like 2:s or 3:s (12 frames or 8 frames) were drawn so that it replicates that comic book look (still 2D painted panels in a 3D animated film).

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Well look at that, Gwen Stacy with Skrillex hair cut.

Avatar image for snugglebear

Spider-Ham?! Mild mannered Peter Porker?

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@snugglebear: Because The Simpsons already took Spider-Pig

Avatar image for FallenOneX

@DoctorTanaka: I really hope you're joking..... 1983 vs 1989.

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@FallenOneX: Hell, Plopper/Spider-pig didn't even debut until the movie in 2007.