Barry Keoghan to Michael Keaton: Actors Who Starred In DC & Marvel Superhero Movies At the Same Time

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In Hollywood movies and elsewhere, its has come to normal occurrence when we see actors like Barry Keoghan and Michael Keaton who choose to play different comic book characters at the same time.

For some, it looks so confusing when these actors tend to switch between the two superhero universes. And so, it looks sometimes that keeping up with every DC and Marvel movie is not an easy thing to make.

 

Barry Keoghan & Michael Keaton Starred In DC & Marvel Superhero Movies 

In the race of playing different comic book characters at the same time, Barry Keoghan is the latest to join the list. He has played the role of a villain in ‘The Batman’.

In this post, we are going to take a look at many such actors who never mind playing different comic book characters at the same time.

 

Barry Keoghan

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It’s a well known fact when Barry Keoghanwent when he played a full on eternal Druig to the crown prince of crime title Joker right within a short span of time.

Keoghan has most recently played the role of a cameo in the Robert Pattinson starrer ‘The Batman’ which released on March 4, 2022.

To be precise, Barry Keoghan is an Irish actor who played in films like The Killing of a Sacred Deer, Dunkirk. He also won an Irish Film & Television award as well.

 

Willem Dafoe

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Willem Dafoe is known to have played a number of different superhero characters in the past. Some of his films include Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ (2017), James Wan’s Aquaman (2018). He played the role of Vulko in Aquaman.

When Dafoe played all the above characters in films listed above, nobody would have thought him to return on big screen in the role of Norman Osborn aka Green Goblin in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’.

Some of his upcoming films include ‘Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom’.

 

Jared Leto

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Jared Leto is one Hollywood star who created a sensation playing different superhero characters at the same time.

He made his debut from ‘Suicide Squad’ where he played the role of Joker. The film received much resistance from the audience.

And then, he returned in Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ in yet another superhero character. At present, he’s awaiting the release of his Marvel anti-hero film ‘Morbius‘ where he plays the role of a biochemist who’s treating a patient.

Some of other characters of Jared Leto will be seen in his upcoming films like ‘Kraven the Hunter’ and ‘Venom’ movies.

 

Michael Keaton

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Michael Keaton first made headlines when he announced that he will be returning as ‘Batman’ in the upcoming DC superhero film ‘The Flash’.

It’s a surprise for his fans as he’s currently going busy to play the role of supervillain Vulture in ‘Spider-Man’. He will also be seen in his upcoming film titled ‘Morbius’.

 

Chris Pine

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Fans remember Chris Pine when he played the memorable role in DC’s ‘Wonder Woman’ as Steve Trevor.

In this film, he gave his voice for for Peter Parker in the film ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’.

It was an animated film. Afterwards, Pine returned to play his famed character in the film titled ‘Wonder Woman 1984’.

 

Halle Berry

Halle Berry

It was a trend to see actors switching between DC Cinematic Universes (DCU) and Marvel Cinematic Universes (MCU).

At that time, Halle Berry took the lead and decided to play different characters. one of them was Storm and Catwoman.

It was in the year 2000 when Halle Berry made his debut in the superhero film titled ‘X-Men’ as the mutant Storm. After a span of 4 years, she appeared in the first female lead action flick titled ‘Catwoman’ that couldn’t do well at the box office.

 

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