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'Spiderman: Homecoming' Villain: With or Without Kingpin; Vincent D'Onofrio Confirms

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"Spiderman: Homecoming" villain recent announcement came from TV actor, Vincent D'Onofrio on Twitter. The Netflix's "Daredevil" villain confirmed speculations about his role in the new Marvel's "Spiderman" franchise, stating that it will not happen.

Dispelling the rumors, D'Onofrio tweeted to his fans saying that he was surprised with the news but confirming that it won't happen although he thought it would be great. The actor who plays as Wilson Fisk or popularly known as the Kingpin - a vigilante created by Stan Lee back in 1967. Marvel Cinematic Universe often does crossover between its movies and TV shows, and the fans seem to be optimistic that someday Kingpin would appear in the "Spiderman" movie. With his recent Tweet, it seems that D'Onofrio is trying to ditch the viral rumors that stated he wants a role in a "Spiderman" movie. He made another update in his Twitter, by saying that fans should tell Marvel if they want him to play in "Spiderman: Homecoming", which could literally translate to 'not in a chance'? D'Onofrio fans commented on his update, that they also agreed on the fact he will not be featured in the movie as it would cause a chaos and could likely murder young Spidey.

Apart from that, superstar Michael Keaton is confirmed a villain in the "Spiderman: Homecoming". The reboot might have him playing iconic villainous "The Vulture". Tom Holland as the Spiderman will join other casts like Robert Downey Jr. and Marisa Tomei who have also sealed the deal, as the Deadline reported.

Meanwhile, Marvel's "Captain America: Civil War" is celebrating its huge earnings after the blockbuster movie successfully 'beat' DC movie. The University Herald listed some of the deleted scene in "Civil War" that can be the hints to the next Marvel movies coming out.

"Spiderman: Homecoming" premiers on July 27, 2017.

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