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SPIDERMAN: HOMECOMING (2017): Jon Watts Teases The Vulture’s Tech Design

The Vulture Concept Art

Jon Watts Discusses The Vulture’s Redesign on Spider-Man: Homecoming. Seeing that concept art from Spider-Man: Homecoming gave everyone a chance to see how The Vulture may possibly look like, and it appears he will have a tech-based persona, which Jon Watts teased about.

The Vulture’s costume is definitely something that everyone’s been talking about since it’s reveal at Comic-Con, and it’s pretty clear that this version will be using a technological suit. Speaking with Collider, director Jon Watts revealed some information on the decision behind taking The Vulture into that route. “It’s a very tech based approach to how The Vulture would build a wing suit and how he would fly,” the director said. “It’s not just cool design, it’s a big part of the story. That I can’t give away, but there’s some cool stuff that goes along with that.”

So why not make The Vulture a metahuman? Well, Watts explained that, “From the very beginning, we wanted to try to keep it tech based just to keep it different initially from what we had seen before. Just getting away from anything that was too similar to [the past], and it sets up a really cool thing that I don’t want to talk about yet! It’s gonna be awesome.” So how will that work? We will have to see once the film comes out.

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