At SDCC, Jon Watts amazed the attendees when he unexpectedly screened Spider-Man: Homecoming teaser trailer. Although the rest of the world won’t be seeing it any sooner, there have been description reports of the exclusive footage.
It was also confirmed that The Vulture appeared in the teaser. Fortunately, Marvel Studios released a concept art featuring Spider-man and the supervillain in the image.
Since then, there have been speculations that Michael Keaton has been chosen as The Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Recently, Marvel Studios confirmed it on their official Twitter account dedicated to Latin America.
In translation from Spanish to English the tweet says, “It’s a fact! Michael Keaton will incarnate to the vulture, villain protagonist of #SpiderManHomecoming.” Check out the embedded link below.
During an interview at SDCC, Director Jon Watts confirmed the roles being played by Zendaya, Tony Revolori, Jacob Batalon and Laura Harrier in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Among them, one of the cast could be a future villain in the movie. Click here to know more.
In another interview, Watts shared some details on the Vulture suit in the movie. Furthermore, Tom Holland also spoke about his fictional character and shared some scene details from the first act as well.
A new poster from Spider-Man: Homecoming was also spotted at a Disney showcase. The picture was submitted on Reddit by ThatMarkGuy. Check out the image below.
Spider-Man: Homecoming will be releasing on July 7th, 2017. Unfortunately, fans cannot expect Marvel Studios to reveal a trailer publicly this month as the team is still in the early stages of its production.
In other news, there have been speculations that Benedict Cumberbatch and Tom Hiddleston could star together in an upcoming Marvel movie. Judging the protagonist’s comment, fans believe it could be in Doctor Strange movie.
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