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New images reveal John Malkovich's vulture wings in Spider-Man 4
New images reveal John Malkovich's vulture wings in Spider-Man 4
Before Michael Keaton brought the Vulture to life in 2017's Spider-Man: Homecoming, the character had some previous touches of live-action fame. In late 2009, John Malkovich was reportedly cast as Adrian Toomes in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man 4. Unfortunately, the cancellation of the film delayed the character's theatrical debut by nearly a full decade. And while storyboards featuring the vulture have cropped up in the years since, longtime Marvel and DC writer/artist Ken Penders has offered something far more exciting.
If you don't count the connection to the original Spider-Man video game, Tobey Maguire's webhead never tangled with the on-screen Vulture. But thanks to Penders, we have a better idea of ​​what Malkovich's version of the classic supervillain would have looked like. According to Penders, he got an early glimpse of the character's wings while visiting some friends in the sequel's costume department. As luck would have it, he even snapped a few photos with his cellphone that day. You can check out one of those shots below.
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In early 2010, Sony officially announced the cancellation of Spider-Man 4. But while filming never began, Penders' photos confirm that the sequel has made quite a bit of progress in pre-production. In fact, some of his other images feature Malkovich's body shape in the background. Penders also shared that the movements of the wings would have been remote controlled, suggesting the filmmakers went down the practical effects route (much like Doc Ock's tentacles in Spider-Man 2).
Malkovich wasn't the first actor to play the Vulture in the original Spider-Man trilogy. Raimi and the producers also met with Ben Kingsley to land the role in Spider-Man 3, whose early designs led Toomes to team up with Thomas Haden Church's Sandman. But when they decided to use Venom instead, the writers dropped Vulture from the script.
More recently, Keaton reprized his homecoming role in Morbius' mid-credits scenes earlier this year. But given the chilly reception of the scenes (along with the film's dismal financial performance), the character's future on the big screen remains unclear.
What do you think of this design for Vulture's wings in Spider-Man 4? Let us know in the comment section below!
Suggested reading: Amazing Spider-Man by J. Michael Straczynski Omnibus Vol. 1
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