Golden Globe winner Michael Keaton is a busy man. He’s also an integral part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, having played the villain Vulture in 2017. Spider-Man: Homecoming. He is also set to wear a cape and rubber to play Batman in the upcoming DC movie The Flash, reprising the role of Bruce Wayne for the first time since 1992 Batman is back. However, despite this, he has never seen the full Marvel or DC project, he said Diversity in a Sunday profile. “I know people don’t believe this, that I’ve never seen the full version of any of those movies – any Marvel movie, any other movie. And I’m not saying I don’t watch it because I’m tall – trust me! Not so,” he told the magazine. “It’s just that there’s very little I see. I started watching something, and thought it was great and I watched three episodes, but I have other work to do! ” Keaton isn’t the first star to make it clear about his lack of knowledge of superhero cinema; in 2012, WandaVision star Paul Bettany admits to never seeing any Iron Man film, despite having voiced Tony Stark’s AI system JARVIS for four years at the time.