New Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse trailer, poster revealed

How many more Spider-People are there? The newest trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse answers just that. 

On Tuesday, Sony Pictures Entertainment lifted the lid off a gorgeous new look at the animated film, which features Jake Johnson (New Girl) as the voice of OG Spidey Peter Parker and Shameik Moore (The Get Down) as Miles Morales, the kid arachnid who swings around Brooklyn as Spider-Man in a dimension separate to Peter's. Both vigilantes do a bang-up job of protecting their own versions of the city to the best of their abilities, but little do they know that they aren't the only Spider-Men out there. When the nefarious Wilson Fisk, better known as Kingpin, uses a reality-ripping super collider Peter and Miles end up in the same universe. 

"You're like me," Peter says in the trailer, staring at a dazed and confused Miles who answers, "That's impossible."

As inconceivable as two dudes serving as the same hero in distinct dimensions may sound, it's totally within the realms of reality. (At least in the world of comic book movies, of course.) In the trailer, Peter uses French fries to demonstrate that he and Miles' worlds are vastly different but still similar: "Alright, kid. Listen up. This fry is your universe: soggy, it's weird, it's gross. And this delicious, normal fry is my universe."

One food-related lecture on the laws of the multiverse theory later, and Peter agrees to train Miles on how to be Spider-Man. But while the two are thwip-ing their way through a forest, they're hit with a huge surprise: Gwen Stacy, dressed in her Spider-Gwen costume, who explains that she's from another dimension. 

The shocks don't stop there, however, as Peter, Miles, and Gwen learn that there are countless other Spider-People from all across the Spider-Verse — including Spider-Man Noir (Nicolas Cage), a '30s version of the hero; Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn), a middle school-aged girl who pilots a mecha suit called SP//dr and flies throughout Japan; and Spider-Ham (John Mulaney), a spider named Peter Porker who was turned into an anthropomorphic pig in a lab experiment gone wrong.

The various dimensions start to spell big trouble for Brooklyn, and the six Spider-People must band together to take Fisk down and ensure that everyone makes it safely back to their own worlds. 

Alongside the trailer, Sony released a new poster for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Take a look at it below.

With a talented voice cast, witty dialogue, thrilling action sequences, and stunning animation, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse seems the perfect film to keep the extended Spider-Man film universe alive and swinging — a good thing considering the other Spidey spin-off Venom might not be as great as everyone hoped it would be.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is slated to swing into cinemas on December 14.