Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer takes us even deeper into the animated crossover movie following a whole bunch of spider people. Just in case, if the Venom movie leaves a bad taste in your mouth, here’s a fistful of red and blue pills. This trailer will definitely make you feel like you’re on some kind of wonderful drug. So let’s check out the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer Breakdown. The trailer also gives out the various Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Villain.
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At the beginning of the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer, Peter Parker is introduced. He is the same Parker we’re familiar with, specifically the Tobey Maguire version of the Spider-Man. The opening shots depict the moments from all the Sam Raimi movies. It includes saving the train, felling in love with MJ, and saving MJ from the car thrown by Dr Octopus. This Spider-Man is voiced by Jake Johnson in the movie. This Spider-Man is looking like the normal Spider-Man from Earth-616. In the other incidents scene, he is seen fighting different villains like Scorpion, Doc Octopus and Lizard.
In the next scene, the trailer shifts from Peter Parker to Miles Morales who is the Spider-Man on Earth-1610. This can be seen by the changing of Coca-Cola sign to Koca-Soda and changing of NYPD to PDNY. In the comics, Miles Morales is the ultimate Spider-Man who takes over Peter Parker after his death. Miles Morales is voiced by Shameik Moore in the movie. He lives in Brooklyn as is seen on his Backpack in the school scene.
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Villain – Wilson Fisk aka The Kingpin
In the next part of the trailer, we see the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Villain, Wilson Fisk aka The Kingpin. He is voiced by Liev Schreiber in the movie. In the trailer, he seems to be operating some kind of supercollider. This collider seems to be opening some kind of portal and causing different Spider-Man Universes to collide.
In the next section, Miles and Peter meet. Peter tells Miles the presence of alternate dimensions by using french fries which is just like David Haller explaining alternate realities in the Marvel FX show Legion. After that Peter gives Morales some web-slinging lessons, but they aren’t fully suited up. Peter wears sweatpants and Miles was wearing Nike shoes.
Peter gives Miles lessons of double tapping like it was a controller for a video game. He says Thwip and the same word appears as it does in comics. During this, appears Gwen Stacy aka Spider-Gwen from Earth-65. She is voiced by Hailee Steinfeld in the movie. One thing to notice is that she is wearing Ballet slippers. Even though she is wearing them, she lands on-point on a tree branch with precision, which is not that easy.
Other Spider People
In the next scene, we see Gwen drumming which is actually a reference to the band she plays for, The Mary Janes, in the comics. After that, we meet other Spider people like Spider-Man Noir. He is from Earth-90214, which is more of a crime-ridden world. He is voiced over by Nicholas Cage.
Then comes Penny Parker from Earth-14512. She was adopted by Uncle Ben and Aunt May in the comics. She pilots mech SP//dr Robot, a spider robot. She is voiced over by Kimiko Glenn. One thing to notice is the change in the animation on her introduction. It looks more like anime-style than the comic-book style. After her introduction, the droid drops in the sort of Batcave or maybe the Spidercave, where you can see a Spider-Man skateboard hanging in the background.
Aunt May can be seen behind Peter Parker and other Spider people. She is voiced by Lily Tomlin. One thing to notice in the scene is the Spider-Mn suit behind Aunt May. IT is the same suit from the insomniac PS4 game with the white Spider logo.
After this, Spider-Ham is introduced from Earth-8311. He is basically a spider bitten by a radioactive pig that turned him into a pig with spider abilities. Another thing to notice is the animation style for Spider-Ham. He is animated in the Looney Tunes style. He is voiced by the comedian John Mulaney. The main thing to notice is the background during this scene. In the background, the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse villain photos are pinned up. These photographs include Wilson Fisk, Scorpion and Tombstone.
Then all the Spider people are seen in Miles’ room. After that Brooklyn is seen in an interdimensional chaos. It looks like shards of different coloured animation pixels are terraforming the building as though the reality being merged together is actually destroying them. After that Miles is seen with his Uncle Aaron. He is the same Uncle Aaron aka The Prowler who we see chasing Miles in the next scene. He is voiced by Maher Saleh Ali in the movie.
Then we see Tombstone and Scorpion fighting with Miles along with Penny and Spider-Man Noir. In the next Scene we, see Green Goblin in his monstrous form. He appears in the Ultimate Comics in his monster form.
At the end of the trailer, Miles Morales has been seen in his room. The main thing to notice is the blue lightning in his hands. This could be a nod to the bioelectric energy that comes out of his fingers in the comics. Though, in the comics, it is more of a yellow coloured lightning. Then he’s seen fighting with the villains which lead to his I love you exchange with his father.
After the title, the six spider people are hanging on the ceiling as Miles’ schoolmate hangs out below. The comic he is reading could be a nod to the What If series of the comics. If you read the title of the comic, it says Imagine “That… There was More Than One Spider-Man”. This could be a nod to the fact that the movie is based on.
The next thing to notice is the animation of Spider-ham’s legs as he scurries around in that classy Looney Tunes scrambled animation. The trailer ends with the opening shot with Miles Morales slapping his own brand on the same gargoyle statue that we saw Peter sit on. The final pose of him standing on the gargoyle looks pretty familiar. It is similar to the Black Panther Poster with T’Challa posing on his Wakanda Panther.
The animation style used in the trailer is just magnificent. Director-Producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller wanted this movie to feel like a living painting. They want to make it look like a comic book. This movie has recruited the largest group of animators ever for the studios. The comic book style can be seen by the impact lines that conveys action or movements. Though these are not necessary for an animated feature. For example, the BOOM at the time of the explosion and the THWIP during the lessons, given by Peter to Morales.
Other animation includes the unique animation of Spider-Ham in a classy Looney Tunes Style. Also, the change in animation on the time of introduction of Penny Parker is marvellous.
So the question arises: Which of these alternate Spider-Things are you most excited to see? Comment your answer below in the comment section below. I hope you loved the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Trailer Breakdown. Stay tuned for any further updates related to the movie.