The trailer of Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse brings to us a whole new world of Spider-People never earlier explored in either movies or animated Spider-Man shows. 

In the new film, we find Miles Morales embracing his role as a superhero and joining forces with Peter B. Parker and his friend Gwen Stacy, as they fight to save the multiverse. While the trailer itself is filled with numerous moments that can spark discussion, here we bring to you some of the major Easter Eggs from the movie that you might have missed:

Spider-Man 2099

Spider-Man 2099 made a small appearance in the post-credit scene of Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse. However, in the new movie, the character will have a bigger role to play. 

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The trailer shows a fight sequence between Morales’ Spider-Man and his 2099 version, and thus it remains to be seen whether Miguel O’Hara, the scientist who turns into Spider-Man 2099, will play an antagonist in the upcoming film.

Jessica Drew

The original Spider-Woman, Jessica Drew, makes an appearance in this film. In the trailer, we can see her fighting what looks like a version of the infamous Spider-Man villain, Vulture.

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Peter Parker might a father here

In the upcoming film, we see Peter Parker with a baby carrier, which might contain his child with Mary Jane. In Into the Spiderverse, Parker had said that he had broken up with MJ because he was scared of having children. However, the being inside the carrier can also be another form of Spider-Man we are not aware of yet.

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Pavitr Prabhakar

The Indian Spider-Man, Pavitr Prabhakar, is set to make an appearance in this film as a member of O’Hara’s Spider Forces. We see a Spider-Man somewhere in India in the trailer, which we can depict because there are hoardings written in Hindi, clearly pointing to the presence of Pavitr Prabhakar in the film.