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Information on the 2019 sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming, titled Far From Home, is ramping up but today we're learning that Spider-Man's first standalone movie in the MCU could have featured a direct reference to Michael Keaton's 1989 appearance as Batman. Of course, there was no shortage of Batman jokes floating around the Internet at the time that Keaton was confirmed to appear as Homecoming's main villain Vulture - with many fans musing at Keaton's amusing relationship with superhero cinema from Batman to Birdman to Vulture in the MCU.

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Nevertheless, Keaton proved to be a strong counterpoint to Tom Holland's young and inexperienced Spidey - punctuated by a very "human" story of a father trying to provide for his family. No doubt, Vulture's methods were extreme but, even before the film's big "twist" was revealed, Keaton had already grounded his sinister baddie with enough sincerity and relatable motivations to ensure the character successfully highlighted interesting aspects of Holland's Peter Parker.

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