Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse isn’t due out for another 10 months, but Marvel and Sony Pictures dropped a surprise trailer early on Sunday, giving us our first look at the sequel to the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Because the Into the Spider-Verse sequel has been divided into two parts, the official title is Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) — a mouthful, I know. Miles Morales/ Spider-Man (voiced by Shameik Moore) and Gwen Stacy/ Spider-Woman (Hailee Steinfeld) reunite in the first trailer for Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse before swinging through other dimensions, including what appears to be India.
In addition, Sony Pictures India announced that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will be released in Indian theatres in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.
When the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Part One) trailer starts, Miles is listening to “Sunflower,” the hit song by Post Malone and Swae Lee that was introduced in Into the Spider-Verse. He has no idea that a multi-dimensional portal has opened above him, through which Gwen is looking at her house.
Miles tries to clean up his act and inquire about Gwen’s well-being after Gwen finally gets his attention by shouting his name. “Ugh, it’s a long storey,” Gwen says, “is this your childhood room?” Miles tries to hide items that aren’t particularly “adult” before Gwen stumbles across his drawings in a book. She thinks they’re great, but when she sees one of herself, she changes her mind.
“I missed you, too,” Gwen jokes as she returns his book to him. Miles is perplexed as to why Gwen is in his dimension when he assumed he would never see her again. “Do you want to get out of here?” Gwen inquires, but he remains silent, though it’s possible that the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) trailer is cutting something in between to hide spoilers. Gwen spins out the window as Miles says, “Bummer.” Miles says he’s grounded at home. “Is Spider-Man grounded?” Gwen asks Miles as he sprints out to catch her. Miles hesitates for a moment, but when Gwen, dressed as Spider-Woman, raises her eyes, Miles appears to agree.
Cut to Miles in costume being thrown through dimension portals, eventually landing in a futuristic version of India created by Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One). Indian instruments score the scene, and the background music changes to reflect this. In the background, you can see words written in Devanagari script, such as “New Milan Family Resto Bar,” and then onomatopoeia with “dhadaam,” which loosely translates to “crash” in the Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) trailer, as Spider-Man 2099/ Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Isaac) hurtles through another portal and crashes into Miles. They’ll be hopping through another portal into another dimension in no time.