The most badass Spider-Man villain in the MCU is spending some more time on set.
After taking a long hiatus from the genre, Michael Keaton recently returned to superhero movies by portraying Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming. He will soon portray Adrian Toomes again in Morbius, but it seems that his job as a villain isn’t over just yet. In a recent appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live show, Keaton teased more shooting in the next few days. He didn’t reveal what he was shooting, but he confirmed that fans would see him back.
“I’m shooting tomorrow. Some Vulture stuff,” the actor stated laconically (via SuperHeroHype).
You can watch the full interview here below. The part where Keaton talks about his return to superhero movies starts around the 10-minute mark.
Considering that the actor didn’t reveal any details, the most likely hypotheses are some Morbius reshoots or a surprise appearance in Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. The trailers for Morbius reveal that the titular character will meet Vulture at some point, teasing the likely appearance of the Sinister Six. That movie will hit theaters on January 28, 2022. The Doctor Strange sequel has been rumored to undergo some heavy reshoots recently, which might include some Spider-Man villains, now that Peter Parker and Dr. Stephen Strange seem to be bonding.
On top of all this, Keaton also agreed to reprise his role as Batman in the upcoming The Flash movie. The film will debut on November 4, 2022.
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