The newest trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is here, and this stunning trailer comes with a stellar cast.
A brand new trailer has been released for the new, full-length, animated movie, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The trailer is absolutely stunning, and even if you usually prefer live-action superhero movies to animated ones, this trailer is going to get you excited about seeing this movie on the big screen.
The trailer introduces us to Miles Morales, a young man who learns that he has powers very similar to Spider-Man himself. When Spidey finds him and takes him under his wing, Miles begins to learn to use and control his Spidey powers to save others and do good in the world.
Of course, Miles Morales and Peter Parker aren’t the only two Spider-People we meet in the trailer. We also get a quick glimpse at Gwen Stacy as her Spidey alter ego, Spider-Gwen.
And while the trailer is rad, we can’t help but also be impressed by the talented actors they’ve gotten to play these iconic characters. As Heroic Hollywood reports, Miles will be voiced by actor Shameik Moore, Peter Parker will be voiced by Jake Johnson, and Gwen Stacy will be voiced by Hailee Steinfeld. The rest of the cast is rounded out with Mahershala Ali as Aaron Davis, Brian Tyree Henry as Jefferson Davis, Liev Schrieber as Kingpin, and Lily Tomlin as Aunt May.
This movie looks like it is going to be a visually stunning new Spider-Man adventure, and we’re so excited to see Miles Morales brought to the big screen. The amazing movie paired with such a talented cast makes this one a must-see. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will hit theaters on December 14.
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