Spider-Man: Homecoming's villain could be very different

The Spider-Man: Homecoming movie featured The Vulture as the great villain, but now we know it could have been very different.

One of the great villains of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the Vulture of Michael Keaton, was featured in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), the first Spider-Man movie in the UCM after its debut in Captain America: Civil War (2016). This character had quite a unique look as he provided an effective modern take on the classic comic book villain. Now, however, the head of visual development at Marvel Studios, Ryan meinerding, has shared an alternate version of The Vulture, which has an even more robotic appearance.

Spider-Man: Homecoming's villain could be very different

As can be seen, he has two giant robotic arms that would have made him an even greater threat to Peter Parker when they clashed in Spider-Man: Homecoming. Although his helmet is not too “vulture style”.

We will see this villain again.

After Spider-Man: Homecoming, the character of Adrian Toomes / The Vulture ended up in jail, but will return in the Morbius movie that will be released in 2021. Since we could see him in the first trailer. As it has been rumored, that movie although it is outside the Marvel Cinematic Universe will have that connection with Spider-Man.

Morbius (Jared Leto) will end up incarcerated in the same prison as El Buitre. The living vampire will escape allowing the rest of the inmates to do the same, it will be at that moment when he proposes to join the sinister 6. This will be how a new Spider-Man Villain Cinematic Universe will begin.

So the movie Spider-Man: Homecoming it will be more important than it seems. Since it will mean the great beginning of the union of a team of villains that have been trying to take to the movies for a long time. Even in The Amazing Spider-Man 2: The Power of Electro In 2014 it was even hinted that a third installment would reunite these characters. But unfortunately that never happened.

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