MCU: Michael Keaton announces return as Vulture

Michael Keaton is a man with many faces and while he is finally slipping into Batman’s costume again next year in the solo film of the DC superhero The Flash, the actor has several irons in the fire that comic book fans should definitely burn for.

As Keaton is now with Jimmy Kimmel Live announced, he is just putting his wings back on to be Spider-Man Evil Vulture to make the skies unsafe. In which film do we get to see him then? Well, Keaton didn’t want to reveal that. But based on the current information sheet, his statement already shows some guesswork put up.

Michael Keaton as Vulture: Which movie will he appear in?

We last saw Keaton’s Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming, the first Spider-Man film with Tom Holland as Peter Parker. Lands there Adrian Toomes, the real name of Vulture, after action-packed clashes with Spider-Man in prison. Of course, Keaton’s announcement makes you curious when we’ll see Vulture again.

But during Spider-Man: No Way Home with an extensive marketing campaign towards the cinema release on December 16, 2021 marched is from Vulture no trace in the previous trailers to see. So far, Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx), Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) as well as Lizard and Sandman have also been only five of the Sinister Six shown, so a place would still be free.

Whether it will be filled with Keaton’s Vulture and the shooting he has announced is only about Reshoots acts or one already working on the next Spider-Man, therefore remains unknown for the time being. We’ll know by December 16 at the latest, and if Vulture doesn’t appear on the screen, Keaton could quite a nice bomb have ignited.

His appearance on Jimmy Kimmel was interesting for superhero and Keaton fans for another reason: the actor is chatting from the sewing box and reveals that he mostly has no idea how his character is actually involved in the respective film. Because of his lack of knowledge of comics he regularly confuses superheroes and needs a lot of help from the film crew.

Those: Jimmy Kimmel Live

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