All the facts behind Michael Keaton's plastic surgery speculations on the internet, most notably Botox and a facelift. Have a look at his before and after pictures.
Born on 5th September 1951, Michael Keaton is an American actor famed for portraying the DC Comics iconic superhero Batman in the movies Batman (1989), Batman Returns (1992), and the impending The Flash (2022).
Moreover, he's starred as Jack Butler in the comedy film Mr. Mom (1983), and Beetlejuice in Tim Burton's horror-comedy Beetlejuice (1988).
Recently, however, Michael Keaton is at the forefront of plastic surgery speculations on the internet. Did he really make cosmetic changes? Let's find out.
Has Michael Keaton Had Plastic Surgery?
Michael Keaton before and after plastic surgery.
Image Source: Weight & Skin
You might be wondering how Michael Keaton has managed to keep his youthful appearance for so long. Many fans assume he has had plastic surgery, such as a facelift procedure and Botox injections.
Since these two operations are incredibly popular among actors and widely recognized as the go-to treatments to enhance your looks, it comes as no surprise that most fans suspect he must have gone under the knife.
If you glance at his present look, you might conclude that his alleged facelift and Botox injections are a good investment since he displays a pretty smooth appearance.
He also does not showcase any drooping skin on his face as he appears taut and young. If you merely saw him for the first time recently, you might struggle to estimate his age correctly.
In fact, you would be forgiven for mistaking Keaton to be 15 years younger. As expected, Botox seems to have removed creases from his face, while the facelift compressed his facial skin well.
Needless to say, Michael Keaton looks great for a man in his late sixties. If this theory is not wrong, he must be delighted that his plastic surgery did not culminate like many other famous individuals who had excessive work done, and ended up ruining their faces.
Marvel and DC Star Michael Keaton Hasn't Watched Any Comic Book Movie Since 1989
Is Michael Keaton making his way from one comic book universe to another? Don't bother asking him; he'll most likely have no clue what you're saying.
Keaton is expected to reprise his role as Batman in The Flash (2022), as well as the Vulture in the next Marvel feature Morbius. But, as he said in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, he isn't anywhere close to the world's greatest superhero movie aficionado.
Keaton told the Reporter,
After the first Batman, I'm not sure I've ever seen an entire [comic book] movie. I just never got around to it. So you're talking to a guy who wasn't in the zeitgeist of that whole world.
Keaton also talked about reprising his role as the Vulture in Morbius, which startled fans because his character first appeared in an MCU movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), but Morbius isn't technically part of that universe.
However, the actor added that when the directors guided him through numerous Marvel universe physics and narrative themes on the set of Morbius, it went a little over his head.
I'm nodding like I know what the f--- they're talking about. I go, 'Uh-huh.' And I'm thinking, 'You may as well be explaining quantum physics right now to me.'
After playing Batman in 1989's Batman and its sequel, Batman Returns, Keaton's rendition of the character will appear in The Flash beside Ben Affleck's more current iteration. While Keaton left the part after two movies, he appears to be ready to return and smash it a third time.
Frankly, in the back of my head, I always thought, 'I bet I could go back and nail that motherf---er.' And so I thought, 'Well, now that they're asking me, let me see if I can pull that off.
Well, it's fair to say, there's no shortage of fire in Michael Keaton's belly!