The latest updates and spoilers for "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" reveal Miles Morales encounter with Peter Parker and other web-slingers from other dimensions. Sony Pictures Entertainment streamed a new trailer for the animated film and it featured Miles being trained by Peter and a plot to save his universe and the whole multiverse itself.

The trailer also featured several classic Spider-Man characters, such as Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, and many more. This Sony's first animated film that featured a different wall-crawler and it is part of the company's long-term plan to expand the Spidey cinematic universe.

The other Spider-Men from different universes

According to Screen Rant, the trailer starts with Peter Parker of the main Marvel Universe narrating the events of his life as New York's resident superhero. His successes at stopping criminals and supervillains, getting all sorts of advertisements, and winning the heart of Mary Jane Watson, earned him the trust of the citizens

The next scene shifts to Miles Morales, who is bitten by a different genetically engineered spider and gains superpowers. He stumbles upon the supercollider machine, funded by Wilson Fisk, and it explodes, causing a rift between the dimensional walls of the multiverse. Peter is transported to Miles' dimension and explains that there are other worlds besides their own.

Peter begins to train Miles, and they eventually meet Gwen Stacy, who was also transported from her dimension. The trio also met other Spider-Men, such as Peter Parker Noir, Peni Parker, and Spider-Ham. They soon find out that Kingpin's machine is unstable and they must stop him from destroying Miles' world and the whole multiverse.

More characters in the animated film

"Into the Spider-Verse" also features other supporting characters and villains from the Spidey mythos, such as Mary Jane Watson, Aunt May, Scorpion, and Tombstone. However, the Scorpion in the animated film looks different, as he has cybernetic enhancements as opposed to a scorpion suit. Scorpion and Tombstone will join other villains, such as Kingpin, Prowler, and the Ultimate Green Goblin.

Polygon also noted that some of the scenes from the new trailer have references to Sami Raimi's "Spider-Man" films, such as Peter's upsidedown kiss with Mary Jane and his effort to stop a runaway train.

Sony Pictures Entertainment will reveal more details about the movie at New York Comic-Con and it will be shown in cinemas on Christmas.