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Michael Keaton ends graduation speech with two words: 'I'm Batman'

Michael Keaton wrapped up a university commencement speech with two iconic words from his superhero days.
SBS

Why Michael Keaton stopped playing Batman

MICHAEL Keaton had played Batman twice when he was offered $15 million to reprise the role for a third time. But there’s one reason why he said no.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

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News video: Jake Gyllenhaal in talks to star as villain in Spider-Man sequel

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Jake Gyllenhaal is reportedly in talks to play villain Mysterio in the 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' sequel. If he signs on, this will be the 'Jarhead' star's first comic book role.
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News video: ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming 2' Features Mysterio As New Villain

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The bad guys of Spider-Man’s rogues’ gallery often tend to be less like rampaging, world-dominating superpeople, and more like lower-level criminals who develop grudges against Spider-Man for doing..
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News video: Jake Gyllenhaal Might Be Joining The MCU

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It’s still weird to think about there being movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Avengers 4. With what little we know about it, plus the events of Avengers: Infinity War, there’s really no..
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Actor Michael Keaton told the audience he is Batman when he was guest speaker for a graduation ceremony at Kent State University, where he is an alumnus.
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News video: Michael Keaton Ended Kent State Commencement With Important Reminder

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Last weekend, actor Michael Keaton delivered the 2018 commencement address for Kent State University, where he attended college, in Ohio. An article by Uproxx reminds readers that long before Ben..
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How Macca’s became a mega-franchise

HOW McDonald’s came to feed one per cent of the world’s population daily is examined in The Founder, a movie which could deliver Michael Keaton his Oscar.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

Beetlejuice 2: Michael Keaton spills on Tim Burton's long-rumoured sequel

If anyone knows the truth about that long-rumoured Beetlejuice sequel it ought to be its star, Michael Keaton, right? So let's ask him.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

The darker side of Macca’s founder

MICHAEL Keaton had one condition when he agreed to take on the role of the man who created McDonald’s in a film that’s already creating Oscar buzz.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

Macca’s biopic is slow-cooked

REVIEW: Michael Keaton takes a bite out of the legend of the man who made McDonald’s a fast food phenomenon in the new biopic The Founder.
The Advertiser Also reported by •Courier MailPerth Now

The Founder trailer: first look at Michael Keaton as McDonald's 'founder' Ray Kroc

It's the murky story of the origins of one of the world's biggest franchises, and it looks absolutely riveting.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

What's happening in Canberra with The List

If I try and think of movies that made me cry Ice Castles is on the top of the list, Love Story, the 1957 classic Old Yeller, Beaches, Terms of Endearment, The Champ and check out My Life, with Nicole..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Michael Keaton moved by his role in Spotlight

The actor plays the leader of a team of reporters who exposed widespread child abuse in the Boston Catholic Church.
Brisbane Times

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