Sony has dropped a new full-length trailer for their next Spider-Man film, this one starring Miles Morales. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, a feature-length animated film, will be in theaters on December 14 (see “Best in Shows – Q4 2018”).

The trailer also stars Peter Parker, but not the friendly neighborhood version played by Tom Holland in the live-action films. Miles Morales, who is voiced by Shameik Moore (The Get Down), is taken under the wing of Peter Parker, voiced by Jake Johnson (New Girl), who’s much more sarcastic and less responsible than we’re used to seeing. But there’s more: Hailee Steinfeld’s (Pitch Perfect franchise) Spider-Gwen also makes an appearance!

As for villains, the trailers offers up brief glimpses of Liev Schreiber’s (Ray Donovan) Kingpin and Prowler / Miles’ uncle Aaron (voiced by Luke Cage’s Mahershala Ali), as well as a much more substantial look at the monstrous Green Goblin

The voice cast is rounded out by Brian Tyree Henry (Atlanta) as Miles’ hilariously embarrassing father Jefferson; Luna Lauren Velez (Dexter) as Miles’ mother Rio; and Lily Tomlin (Grace and Frankie) as Aunt May. The film is executive produced by The Lego Movie’s Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (see “First 'Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse' Trailer”).