Michael Keaton may be famously known as the first big screen Batman, but the last time he had anything to do with superheroes was the brilliant Oscar-winning existentialist drama Birdman.Well, it appears that Keaton might just be keeping things avian when it comes to the world of superheroes as Variety is reporting that he is in talks to play the lead villain in the upcoming Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Michael Keaton, who famously played Batman in Tim Burton's Batman and Batman Returns films, is believed to be in talks to return to the superhero film fold as a villain in Marvel's Spider-Man Homecoming, sources have told Variety.Keaton's stock has never been so high – other than his time as Batman – coming off a best actor Oscar nom for Birdman and appearing in the two most recent Oscar best picture films, Birdman and Spotlight.
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He enlisted in the army at the age of 16, faking his real age just to serve his country.He served in Korea for a time, until he was relocated to Camp Washington where he met his soon to be wife, Adeline Kane.
A trio of villains are joining Netherrealm Studios’ upcoming DC Comics-inspired fighting game, Injustice 2, when it hits consoles and PC in May.Ed Boon revealed the latest trailer for the game, which shows off the return of Batman villain Bane from the first Injustice game, plus Scarecrow, Gorilla Grodd, and Captain Cold.