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Spider-Man: Where the Heart Is is a Phase Six Marvelette Cinematic Universe film. It was released on June 18th, 2027, following Blade vs the Ghost Rider and preceding Captain Marvel: Inhumanity. The film is directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.


  • Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man
  • Matthew McConaughey as Norman Osborn
  • Marisa Tomei as May Parker
  • Michael Mando as Mac Gargan / Scorpion
  • Zendaya as Mary Jane Watson
  • David Morrissey as Otto Octavius (First Appearance)
  • Numan Acar as Dmitri Smerdyakov / Chameleon
  • Mark Harmon as Captain George Stacy (Death)
  • AnnaSophia Robb as Gwen Stacy
  • Nat Wolff as Harry Osborn
  • Tony Revolori as Flash Thompson
  • JK Simmons as J. Jonah Jameson
  • Tom Hanks as Ben Parker (Cameo)


  • Phil Lord: Writer, Director
  • Christopher Miller: Writer, Director
  • Kid Marvelette: Executive Producer
  • Kevin Feige: Executive Producer
  • Trinh Tran: Producer
  • Louis D'Esposito: Producer
  • Victoria Alonso: Producer
  • Michael Giacchino: Composer


After having his name cleared, Spider-Man continues his hunt for Kraven the Hunter, only to be misled by Kraven's elusive half-brother, the Chameleon! Meanwhile, Norman Osborn and J. Jonah Jameson have conspired to acquire Spider-Man's DNA by hiring Mac Gargan to become the Scorpion, who goes rogue on his own mission to assassinate him!


  • Otto Octavius makes his MCU debut in this film portrayed by David Morrissey. He fills the void left by Tony Stark as Peter's mentor.
  • Tom Hanks makes a cameo appearance in this film as Uncle Ben in a flashback. This marks the first appearance of Uncle Ben in the MCU.
  • Peter actually becomes friends with Harry and Flash in this film, while still struggling to regain MJ's trust.
  • Numan Acar returns to play the Chameleon following his appearance in Spider-Man: Far From Home as Dmitri, one of Nick Fury's agents, who is revealed to have been a mole the whole time.
  • There are several allusions to both the Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus as Norman Osborn and Otto Octavius each have their futures as those characters set up in this film.
  • The film's title Where the Heart Is is continuing the theme of the word "Home" in the titles of the Spider-Man films, following Homecoming, Far From Home, and No Place Like Home. However, the saying "Home is where the heart is", is shortened to not actually include the word, partially referencing the switch in directors from Jon Watts to Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
  • Phil Lord and Christopher Miller previously worked on Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, which was the main attraction for them to work on this film.
  • This is the first Spider-Man film produced by Marvel Studios after their deal with Sony ended and the rights to the character were relinquished.
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