Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse features an all-star cast, including Nicolas Cage, Hailee Steinfeld, John Mulaney, Jake Johnson, and more. But there’s one famous actor who Sony purposefully left off movie’s IMDb page: Oscar Isaac.

The Golden Globe-winning actor makes a brief appearance in the animated film’s post-credits sequence. You can hear Isaac’s unmistakeable voice during the scene, Inverse confirmed during an early press screening of Into the Spider-Verse.

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Of course, this is an animated film so you won’t actually see Isaac’s face onscreen. You might not even recognize his voice since his character only appears for a brief moment in the post-credits scene, but it’s definitely him. We’d recognize that voice anywhere. We also reached out to Sony for confirmation, but the studio declined to comment. However, a source close to the production tells Inverse it’s Isaac’s voice.

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