New footage from the animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse film was shown yesterday at San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). The footage is not yet available to the general populace, but is reported to be humorous (see the source link for this article for a description).
During the panel, it was also revealed/confirmed that several actors would be joining the movie and their roles. Nicholas Cage is confirmed to be voicing Spider-Man Noir. Also confirmed for the movie is John Mulaney (Saturday Night Live) who will be playing Peter Porker/Spider-Ham. Kimiko Glenn (Orange is the New Black, DuckTales) will be voicing Peni Parker/SP//dr.
Peter Porker The Spectacular Spider-Ham first appeared in his own Star Comics issue or Marvel Tails in 1983. He was originally a spider who was bit by a radioactively-charged May Porker and turned into an anthropomorphic cartoon pig with spider powers. This spider-pig is from Earth-8311 andH has made several appearances in the 616 Marvel Universe since then, especially in Spider-Verse related titles.
Marvel Tails Starring Peter Porker The Spectacular Spider-Ham #1 cover
Peni Parker, SP//dr, is from Earth-14512 and took over the role when she was a young child after her father died piloting it. She first appeared in the prelude series to the Spider-Verse comic event, Edge of Spider-Verse #5.
Edge of Spider-Verse #5 cvr
Until we get to see the SDCC footage, you can watch the first full trailer again. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse jumps into theaters December 14.