Michael Keaton Teases Return as Vulture

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Michael Keaton took a villainous turn as the Vulture in 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming. By the end of the film, he survived his fight again Spider-Man and got incarcerated afterward which hints that we didn't see the last of him. Fans have been wondering about when will they see him again, but then he appeared in the Morbius trailer which hinted that it may be his next appearance. Now, it looks like he may appear again in another Marvel project.

During his recent guesting on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Keaton was asked about being in both DC and Marvel. Of course, besides playing the Vulture, we also know him for playing Batman and will return on the role in The Flash next year. After sharing his experience working on the franchises, he hinted in the end that he will be returning as the Vulture. He said, "I'm shooting tomorrow; I'm shooting Vulture stuff." When Kimmel asked which project it is, Keaton repeated with another "Vulture stuff." You can watch the interview below:

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A lot of fans are now wondering about what "Vulture stuff" is Keaton going to shoot. Some are speculating that he might be filming an additional scene or post-credits scene on either Spider-Man: No Way Home or Morbius. There is also a possibility that it might be for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness which is reportedly doing reshoots right now at Los Angeles (which is also in the same area where Jimmy Kimmel Live tapes).

It is clear that Marvel and Sony have more plans for Keaton's Vulture as hinted in the post-credits scene of Spider-Man: Homecoming and his appearance in the Morbius trailer. We don't know yet what will be his role in the future, but there are fans who are speculating that he may be forming the Sinister Six. We will find out soon enough.

Also Read: Michael Keaton Refuses to Discuss Batman Role in The Flash

You can catch Keaton's next confirmed Marvel appearance on Morbius which is set to be released in theaters on January 28, 2022.