Michael Keaton drills Vulture: Spider-Man Cameo?

Grib holds an Iron Man helmet at Spiderman's homecoming.

Michael Keaton filmed new scenes like Vulture this week.
Picture: Sony pictures

says Michael Keaton he tightened his Grib wings this week, but the question is, for what? See you on Jimmy Kimmel live On Wednesday night, the actor best known for playing Beetlejuice and Batman talked a bit about repeat the latter for Lightning also about his role in 2017 Spider-Man: Homecoming. He ended by saying “I’m shooting tomorrow. I’m shooting Grib stuff.” Kimmel asks for more info, and Keaton simply repeated “Vulture stuff.”

So what the hell is going on here? When will the vulture return? And in what? io9 contacted Sony for clarification or comments, but did not respond to the announcement. (We will update this paragraph if and when we do). But here’s the clip for yourself, cue up to Spider-Man stuff. The quote itself is at the very end.

Now that comes a few days after one Spider-villain packed trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, our immediate thought was “Oh my god, he records scenes for No way home? ” Of course, the film is out in less than a month, but movies to superhero movies-in particular, take scenes that can just be inserted into the credits –able to and have happened at the last minute. Back in 2012, Joss Whedon filmed the famous she hasheat-eating take the stage for The Avengers under the press, within days of release. There is priorbulge there.

Plus, and this is a bit more of a stretch, but there’s a new one Spider-Man: No Way Home thatgo sets that have the vulture in them, and although it does not quite seem to be film-specifically, Spider-Man is wearing his black and gold suit, as you saw him wearing in the new trailer. So maybe it’s a hint to a scene we’ve not seen yet?

And yet we do not think he is with No way home. Mostly because a few weeks before the Spider-Man trailer, Keaton had already been confirmed to perform another upcoming Spider-Man movie: Morbius. He appeared in the new trailer alongside Jared Leto’s character and some sort of footage for the film, which will only be released early next year, certainly seems much more plausible. But of course that he performs in anyone of these films certainly suggest that Vulture will show again down with the kid who took his daughter to the Homecoming dance.

What do you think Keaton filmed this week? What would you wish he filmed the truth, be dammed? Tell us below. Spider-Man: No Way Home opens in cinemas December 17th. Morbius opens January 28, 2022. And Lightning opens November 4, 2022.

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