"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" spoilers reveal the full footage description of the animated film at San Diego Comic-Con. Sony Pictures Entertainment and production crew attended the event and they answered fan questions related to the animated film.

Directors Rodney Rothman and Bob Persichetti also revealed new details about Peter Parker in the movie and his presence to help Miles Morales become his successor. "Into the Spider-Verse" centers around Miles's rise as the next hero in New York and he learns from the original web-slinger.

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He also discovers that there are other Spider-Men in the multiverse besides them [VIDEO].

San Diego Comic-Con footage

According to Game Spot, the "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" Comic-Con footage started with Miles Morales discovering his new powers after being bitten by a genetically altered spider.

At school, he accidentally bumped into Gwen Stacy and had his hand stuck onto her hair because of his powers.

The footage also revealed that Peter Parker in Miles's universe is already dead. Miles visits his grave, telling him that he should have helped him when he had the chance. He is then approached by an older Peter Parker and quickly deduces that he is from a parallel universe.

The older Peter reluctantly accepts Miles proposal to train him. The two heroes were spotted by Spider-Gwen and they introduced them to Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Ham, and Peni Parker. Spidey Noir will be voiced by "Ghostrider" star Nicolas Cage [VIDEO] and he is from a universe during the Great Depression. Peni Parker pilots a mech called SP//dr built by his deceased father, and Spider-Ham is a cartoon superpowered pig.

The film will also introduce three Marvel villains and they are Green Goblin, Kingpin, and the Prowler.

A different take on Peter Parker

Film directors Rodney Rothman and Bob Persichetti talked about Peter's role in "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" and they told Screen Rant that he is like an experienced pro athlete who is now reaching his 40's.

"You know. Beat up. Has seen it all. Is a grown up. He's no longer a kid. This is no longer a fresh or new experience. He's taken a lot of hits," Rothman told Screen Rant. "He's lost a lot. And that's been really fun to work with and to create. Because this isn't a Peter Parker that you've seen before."

The directors wanted to feature Peter in his prime as audiences never saw him reach his true potential in past "Spidey" films. His presence will anchor Miles to discover his inner hero and be his rightful successor as New York's next protector.