Michael Keaton (70) played Batman in the ’80s, and a supervillain in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” He himself has never seen a Marvel or DC movie.
Keaton, who is set to reprise his role as an older Batman in the upcoming DC movie “The Flash,” said in an interview with diverse He has never seen a movie in the MCU and DCEU superhero universes.
“I know nobody believes it, but I’ve never seen a definitive version of any of these movies,” Keaton told Variety.
The designations MCU and DCEU refer to the cinematic universes of the supergiant Marvel (Marvel Cinematic Universe) and DC (DC Extended Universe), respectively. Briefly explained, the film universes in question consist of films and series that share the same overall story.
Recently, Marvel announced more Upcoming releases in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
– Do you have other things to do!
Unlike other famous filmmakers, such as Martin Scorsese, Keaton is not averse to Marvel and DC movies.
– I’m not saying this because I’m a cultural arrogant, believe me! I only look at very few things. When I start watching something I think is good, I only watch three episodes. I have other things to do!
Keaton is not an unfamiliar face for Marvel and DC fans. There are few areas of superheroes that Keaton hasn’t visited.
As Adrian Toms (Vulture), he took on the role of “villain” in the first modern “Spider-Man” films with Tom Holland. He also briefly reprized the role in the movie 2022 Morbius.
Keaton also played a “superhero” in the Oscar-winning 2014 film “Birdman.”
According to the plan, he will also reprise his role as Batman in a number of upcoming films at DCEU. Watch Keaton give a glimpse of the iconic character below:
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Cancellation of the movie “Batgirl”
Keaton was set to return as Batman in the upcoming Batgirl movie, live on HBO Max. But this does not happen.
Despite the fact that the film was almost finished and ready for release, DC chose to cancel the project.
to me diverse It occurs due to DC’s increased focus on the so-called “flagship” release. The budget of the film is said to be $90 million.
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