Sony's vampire anti-hero has finally been released. Morbius, written by Matt Sazama and Burke Sharples, is based on the character of the Marvel comic book.
In November 2017, Sony announced the possibility of making a Morbius film written by Sazma and Sharples. The company announced that it is making a film based on Spider-Man and Marvel comics in which Jared Leto plays the role of Morbius. The film was originally scheduled to be released in July 2020, but the Corona virus epidemic caused a series of delays in its release. Following the success of "Spider-Man: No Way Home" at the box office, the company decided to postpone the release date again.
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Morbius is the third film in Sony's Spider-Man universe, after Venom and Venom: Let Carnegie Come. Dr. Michael Morbius plays Jared Leto, a biochemist who suffers from a rare and deadly blood disease. Hardly seeking a cure, he uses the mind of a vampire bat to perform a dangerous experiment on himself that mistakenly turns him into a vampire.
The director of the movie Morbius has probably revealed the short presence of Tom Hardy, and this could indicate the connection of this film with other works of Sony's world, such as Venom and Spider-Man. Sony Pictures has recorded the release date of two new Marvel movies in 2023. The first film is scheduled to be released on June 23, 2023, and the second film is scheduled for release on October 6, 2023. Earlier, Sony had announced that "Hunter Cryon" starring Aaron Taylor Johnson is scheduled to be released on January 13, 2023, and thus is currently planning to release three Marvel movies in 2023.
It is not clear at this time which films will be released on these two dates, as Sony is currently making several different films from the world of Spider-Man characters.
It may seem a little strange. However, the two characters "Morbius" and "Venom" were introduced and considered in 2014 as part of Sony's Spider-Man world. It seems that Marvel and Sony have extended their contracts for future plans of Marvel Cinema. But Sony decided to create a new world that is completely different from Marvel. Sony had many plans for this world. After the release of "Wonderful Spider-Man 2", Sony's cinematic world was supposed to be established and spin-offs like Venom and Morbius were to appear, and finally, the ground for the group "Six Evils" was provided, but the program was canceled.
Since Sony and Marvel partnered to bring Spider-Man into Marvel's cinematic and superhero world, it became clear that Marvel was making decisions He took the creative and original and replaced Tom Holland with Andrew Garfield. But in the end, Sony and Marvel split up.
At the end of "Venom: Let Carnegie Come," Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock discovers facts within a multi-world hypothesis. In "Spider-Man: There's No Way Home," Dr. Steven Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) performs magic to help Spider-Man hide his true identity. The execution of this magic does not go well and causes the parallel worlds to open suddenly. We will continue to see Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire.
Of course, the film ends with the return of Peter Parker to the Marvel cinematic storyline. In one of the post-movie sequences, it is shown that Hardy quickly enters the world like lightning for a few moments and then leaves.
The new Morbius movie trailer has an interesting justification for everything that happened to Sony and Spider-Man from the beginning of Marvel, and it is multi-world. Like the first trailer, this new trailer for Morbius depicts the return of Michael Keaton as Welcher. Keaton will likely reprise his role as Adrian Toms or Welcher in Marvel's cinematic world and in "Spider-Man: Homecoming." The scene takes place outside the prison, and while the police are taking him inside, other police officers are removing the wheelchair. In the second trailer, Toms approaches Morbius with a clever plot, forming the "Six Evils."
It is not clear How Spider-Man affects this world. Although Sony plans to bring the Netherlands back to Sony's cinematic world, it is still unclear whether he will accept the role of Spider-Man again or someone else. In an interview in December 2021 with Marvel Studios producer Kevin Faigy and Sony CEO Pictures, Amy Pascal announced that they want to make the fourth star movie starring Tom Holland. Now in the list of the best-selling films in the world, this production of Sony and Marvel is safely ranked 6th.
The future of Morbius in Marvel and Sony is unknown. Several worlds may have crossovers together. People's critiques of Morbius are not very good. Now we have to wait and see what happens.