There's also that stinger at the end - Morales sitting in a subway station, asking some mysterious shadow-y figure "Wait, so how many of us are there?" Despite the frustrations over enduring yet another reboot, Spider-Man Homecoming was an enjoyable movie that managed to win over audiences and critics alike.
While the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse trailer focuses on Morales, Sony has hinted that its multi-verse movie will have plenty more mask-clad superheroes to come, "Wait so how many of us are there?"
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, unlike the traditional Spider-Man. Donning his own costume, Miles would become the new Spider-Man to fill the gap left behind by Peter Parker. Instead, the main star will be Parker's successor Miles Morales (voiced by The Get Down's Shameik Moore).
Morales was first introduced in 2011 during Chapter 4 of the Ultimate Fallout Marvel comic book series.
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Spider-Man: Homecoming was a huge success for Sony, and it avoided all the tropes that you would expect from a Spider-Man movies like familiar love interests.
One of the most popular characters is Spider-Gwen.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will be released theatrically in North America by Columbia Pictures on December 14, 2018.
Oscar victor Mahershala Ali, Brian Tyree Henry, and Liev Schreiber are among the voice talent in the feature which opens nationwide December 14, 2018.