The leaked image reveals what Michael Keaton's high-flying villain may look like in the 2017 Marvel movie.
While the sequel languishes away, it looks like "Beetlejuice" is heading to the bright lights of Broadway.
Despite varied reports over the years about a sequel to Tim Burton's 1988 hit, its star says he probably wouldn't be interested in doing it.
Along with confirmation of the main villain, Marvel Studios has released the first official synopsis for the franchise reboot.
Amber Heard's "Justice League" casting reportedly in jeopardy, Chris Pratt shows off his "Guardians" stunt double and more.
The "Daredevil" actor says it would "be great" to leap out of the Netflix series and appear in "Spider-Man" as Wilson Fisk.
Perry hints at a return as a fan-favorite mutant for "TMNT 3," the CW releases a new "Flash" VFX featurette and more.
Marvel Studios has circled back to Michael Keaton for a villainous role in "Spider-Man: Homecoming."
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A new report states that talks between Michael Keaton and Sony/Marvel have ceased following rumors that the actor would play the film's villain.
With Michael Keaton joining Marvel & Sony's "Spider-Man" movie as the villain, we look at which comic book bad guy he might bring to life.
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According to a report, Micheal Keaton is in "early talks" to play an as-yet undisclosed villain role in 2017's "Spider-Man: Homecoming."
Updated! An earlier report about the status of the long-awaited sequel apparently was greatly exaggerated.
The mashup trailer combines footage from Michael Keaton's "Batman" and Christopher Reeve's "Superman" in the style of "Batman v Superman."
The former Dark Knight recounts his reaction to seeing the wall-crawler weep in one of the "Amazing Spider-Man" films.
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