Michael Keaton confirms his return as a mutant in the mystery project

Michael Keaton confirms his return as a mutant in the mystery project ...

In an unnamed film, Michael Keaton has confirmed that he will reprise his role as Batman in The Flash. This is in line with his duties as Batman. During an interview onJimmy Kimmel Live!, Keaton revealed that he was in the process of filming something as the character of Vulture.

Despite the crew''s efforts to explain the complex story to Keaton, the team in the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins talking about it about 12 minutes later. However, Keaton admitted that he is not up to speed on the complex lore of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and that isn''t stopping him from delivering a significant performance as the main antagonist ofSpider-Man: Homecoming.

Im going tomorrow. Im shooting Vulture stuff, Keaton casually shared. When asked about exactly what he was shooting, Keaton just repeated Vulture stuff.

Watch the whole exchange below, where Keaton discusses his return as the Caped Crusader after three decades:

Now, what might Vulture be referring to? For starters, we know that Adrian Toomes/Vulture inMorbius, which takes place inside Sony''sSpider-Manuniverse, has caused many fans to speculate thatMorbius will play a major role in bothSpider-Man: No Way HomeandDoctor Strange 2, there is possibility for Keatons to cross over.

Either Keaton is directing reshoots forMorbius, or perhaps he is planning a post-credits stinger forSpider-Man: No Way Home? The second possibility is more exciting, considering Vulture played such a key role inSpider-Man: Homecoming when it was discovered that he was the father of Peter Parker''s classmate and crush, Liz. However, consideringSpider-Man: No Way Homecomes out in just

Morbius is set to be released in theaters on January 28, 2022.

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