Sony’s upcoming superhero film Morbius has pushed its release date back by at least six months. The initial release date for the villain / anti-hero film was set for July 10, 2020, which had to be postponed due to the (ongoing) coronavirus epidemic. After this Morbius was expected to leave on 19 March of 2021, which has now reached the month of October this year.
As part of building its superhero Cinematic Universe around Spider-Man – a spiderweaver if you will, Sony has slowly begun to build the basis for Spider-Man’s return to Sony Pictures from Marvel Studios. One such film was the 2018 smash hit Tom Hardy starrer Venum. The second is the blood sucker of the villainous vampire Morbius portrayed by Academy Award winner Jared Leto.
Together Spider Man With Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) ready to partner with only two more film appearances (as per the Disney-Sony agreement), we expect them to appear in the films Untitled Spider-Man 3: Homecoming Sequel and Doctor Strange Multiverse There is madness. These films will delve into the concept of parallel dimensions from comics and give a credible excuse as to why Spider-Man will eventually leave the MCU and join Sony’s SpiderWars. It would also give both Marvel and Sony characters a credible reason to cross-over with each other (if Marvel and Sony allow it). And we expect Tom Holland to join heavyweight Hardy and Leto acting as Spider-Man at the end of the Disney-Sony agreement.
Morbius follows a scientist named Michael Morbius who suffers from a rare blood disease. He will try a cure on himself which makes him cumbersome with vampirism. Morbius aims for what Venom has done and will most likely portray the decapitated character as a hero or an anti-hero.
The film is written by Matt Sajama and Burke Sharpless and directed by Daniel Espinosa. Morbius featured Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, Al Madrigal and Tyriss Gibson in the lead roles alongside Leto. Michael Keaton is also expected to star in the film, but his role is unknown (Keaton portrays Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but he is in a different cinematic universe – but anything can happen) .
Morbius is expected to hit theaters on 8 October 2021.
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