Warning: SPOILERS Below for Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse!

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse has a huge and eclectic cast of voice actors. The first Spider-Man animated feature film to star Miles Morales, Into the Spider-Verse is a colorful and dazzling adventure involving multiple versions of Spider-Man from different dimensions teaming up to stop a threat to all of their realities.

In Spider-Verse, Brooklyn teenager Miles Morales lives in a New York City that has been protected by the Amazing Spider-Man for a decade. When Miles is bitten by a radioactive spider, he gains (slightly different) spider-powers and tries to take up the mantle of Spider-Man. Discovering that Wilson Fisk, the villainous Kingpin of Crime, has created a supercollider beneath the city that could rupture all of reality, Miles is outmatched when he tries to stop him - until he meets several other versions of Spider-Man from alternate dimensions, including Peter B. Parker, an older, out-of-shape version of Spider-Man who reluctantly becomes Miles' mentor. Together, the team of Spider-Men (and Spider-Women) try to stop Fisk and return to their realities. Meanwhile, Miles makes a shocking discovery about his Uncle Aaron's criminal life and has to overcome his own feelings of inadequacy before he can truly become the new Spider-Man.

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Along with stunningly gorgeous animation by Sony Pictures Imageworks that immerses the audience in a living comic book, Into the Spider-Verse boasts a talented cast of actors portraying the film's many characters - including some awesome surprise cameos and even Spider-Man-themed Christmas songs! Here's who voices Miles Morales, Peter Parker, and the rest of the characters of the Spider-Verse:

Spider-People Voice Cast In Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

Shameik Moore as Miles Morales - The main hero of Into the Spider-Verse, Miles is a typical teenager from Brooklyn who gets bitten by a radioactive spider and has to not just learn how to use his new powers, but to also overcome his feelings of inadequacy to become the new Spider-Man. Moore is an actor and rapper who has appeared in House of Payne, The Get Down, and Dope.

Jake Johnson as Peter B. Parker - A 38-year-old, out of shape, down on his luck Spider-Man from another dimension, Peter B. Parker reluctantly mentors Miles but also has to rediscover the hero within himself. Johnson has starred in numerous films like Jurassic World, The Mummy (2017), and Tag, as well as seven seasons of the TV series New Girl.

Hailee Steinfeld as Gwen Stacy - Pretending to be Miles' classmate, Gwen is really Spider-Woman (aka Spider-Gwen) from another dimension. A dedicated loner, she has to learn to accept Miles as a friend. Steinfeld is an Oscar-nominated actress for True Grit and she also stars in Edge of Seventeen and in the lead role opposite the titular Autobot in Bumblebee.

Chris Pine as Peter Parker - The Spider-Man from the "main" universe of Into the Spider-Verse, this 26-year-old Peter has been Spidey for 10 years and is at the peak of his abilities when tragedy strikes. Pine adds voicing the amazing web-slinger to his geek accomplishments alongside playing Steve Trevor in Wonder Woman and Captain James T. Kirk in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek film series.

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John Mulaney as Spider-Ham - Spider-Ham aka Peter Porker, a spider who was bitten by a radioactive pig, is a cartoon Spider-Man from another dimension. Mulaney is a standup comedian who has hosted Saturday Night Live, executive produced and starred in his self-titled sitcom Mulaney.

Nicolas Cage as Spider-Man Noir - A brooding 1930s Spider-Man from an alternate dimension, Spider-Man Noir is perpetually in black and white and is fascinated by a Rubik's Cube. Cage is a world-famous actor who has starred in numerous films. His geek cred includes starring in two Ghost Rider films and as Big Daddy in Kick-Ass.

Oscar Isaac as Spider-Man 2099 - Spider-Man 2099 is Miguel O'Hara, who hilariously time travels and dimension jumps into the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon in the film's post-credits scene. Isaac has starred in numerous films but his geek cred includes starring as the titular villain in X-Men: Apocalypse and he'll return as Poe Dameron in Star Wars: Episode IX.

Kimiko Glenn as Peni Parker. Peni Parker is an anime Spider-Woman from a futuristic dimension who is partners with a Spider-Robot powered by a radioactive spider. Glenn has starred in Orange is the New Black and voices Ezor on Voltron: Legendary Defender.

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Spider-Man Villains Voice Cast In Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

Mahershala Ali as Uncle Aaron/The Prowler - Uncle Aaron is hero-worshipped by his nephew Miles but he lives a double life working for the Kingpin as the costumed villain known as the Prowler. Ali won an Oscar for Moonlight, starred in Luke Cage season 1 and he'll also be the lead in season 3 of HBO's True Detective.

Kathryn Hahn as Doc Ock - Olivia Octavius works as the lead scientist behind the Kingpin's dimension-breaching supercollider but she also dons has metal octopus arms to become the supervillain Doc Ock. An actress and comedienne, Hahn has starred in Parks and Recreation, We're The Millers and Bad Moms.

Liev Schreiber as Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin - The hulking Fisk wants to use a supercollider to bring back a version of his dead wife Vanessa and son Richard from another dimension until his plans are foiled by the Spider-Squad. Schreiber has starred in numerous films and TV series and his geek cred includes playing Sabretooth in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.

Jorma Taccone as Green Goblin - An enormous, mutated version of Norman Osborn aka the Green Goblin battles the Spider-Man voiced by Chris Pine at the start of the film. As part of Lonely Island, Taccone is a comic actor, writer, and director who created many popular Saturday Night Live shorts and helmed MacGruber and Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.

Joaquin Cosio as Scorpion - Revamped as a cyborg with robot limbs and a metal tail, the Scorpion is one of the Kingpin's superpowered henchmen. Cosio is a Mexican actor who has appeared in Quantum of Solace, The Lone Ranger, and will next be seen in Rambo V: Last Blood.

Marvin Jones III as Tombstone - The imposing Tombstone is Kingpin's bodyguard. Also known as Krondon, Marvin Jones III is a rapper and actor who plays Tobias Whale in Black Lightning.

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Spider-Man Supporting Characters Voice Cast In Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse

Brian Tyree Henry as Jefferson Davis - Davis is Miles' father who fears for his son's erratic behavior, but as an NYPD cop, he bears a particular grudge against vigilantes like Spider-Man. Tyree Henry is an actor who can be seen in FX's Atlanta, Widows and If Beale Street Could Talk.

Lily Tomlin as Aunt May - A badass version of Aunt May and keeper of Peter Parker's greatest secrets, she is the person the Spider-People turn to for help. The Emmy-winning Tomlin has a legendary career on stage and screen and is best remembered for starring in Nashville and 9 to 5 as well as Lily and The West Wing.

Luna Lauren Velez as Rio Morales - Rio is Miles' mom, a nurse who tries to be the peacemaker between Miles and his father Jefferson. Velez is an actor best known for starring in New York Undercover and Ugly Betty.

Zoe Kravitz as Mary Jane - Two versions of Mary Jane appear in Into the Spider-Verse, the loving wife of Peter Parker and the estranged wife of Peter B. Parker. Kravitz has plenty of geek cred, having appeared in X-Men: First Class, Mad Max: Fury Road, and as Leta Lestrange in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

Greta Lee as Lyla - Lyla is the artificially intelligent personal assistant of Miguel O'Hara/Spider-Man 2099. Greta Lee is an actress who has appeared in Girls, New Girl, and The Good Fight.

Stan Lee as Stan - Stan is a wise, advice-giving costume shop owner who sells Miles a knock-off Spider-Man costume (with absolutely no refunds). The late Stan Lee is the father of Marvel Comics and co-created the Avengers, X-Men, and Spider-Man.

Lake Bell as Vanessa Fisk - Wilson Fisk's late wife Vanessa tried to flee with their young son Richard when she learned he was the Kingpin of Crime. An actor and director, Bell has starred in Surface and directed and starred in In A World...

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