Vincent D’Onofrio Not a Part of Tom Holland’s Spider -Man: Michael Keaton to Appear as Vulture

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Dec 20, 2016 11:03 AM EST

Tom Holland's movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming is confirmed to hit the theatres on  July 7th, 2017. In this movie, Peter Parker won't be fighting with Kingpin. Instead of him, Spider-Man needs to deal with the Vulture.

Earlier, it was reported in that there is a rumor about Marvel Studio's plans to add Kingpin in Spider-Man: Homecoming. In the 90's cartoon of Spider-Man, Kingspin used to be the main villain. Daredevil's Wilson Fisk actor, Vincent D' Onofrio was rumored to do the Kingpin's role in the movie, Spider-Man:Homecoming'.

Recently, Vincent D'Onofrio tweeted in his twitter account that, he won't be a part of Spider-Man: Homecoming. Also, he commented that he will be back as Wilson Fisk, but as for now he can't comment on the possibilities. Vincent D'Onofrio's tweet on the movie have given a clue that many characters are on board to make the movie excited.

The information from ScreenRant describes that, the Vulture is never a new villain for Spider-Man. He has already appeared in the Spider-Man animated series in the 60's and 80's. But it is the first entry of the character in a live-action movie.

Adrian Toomes, the intelligent inventor, who turns to be the villainous Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming will be portrayed by Michael Keaton. The confirmation of the actor was given by Kevin Feige in a recent interview with Toronto Sun.  

As per the information from CoS, there are some more villains in the movie. Herman Schultz/Shocker and Phineas Mason/Tinkerer are expected to be other villains of the movie. Bokeem Woodbine and Michael Chernus will be handling the roles of these villains.

 There is a speculation of a villain character in the movie from the comics, which is now kept under wraps. The leaked costume designs of the Vulture has given a glimpse of the expected look of the villain character. 


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