Morbius postpones its premiere and the living vampire is still hungry

Sony Pictures has again removed garlic to fend off the “living vampire” for a little over two months and has postponed it Premiere of Morbius from January 28th to April 1st. It’s not the first time the next movie in Sony’s Marvel Universe (SMU) has been postponed. Due to the global pandemic, the film had to be postponed indefinitely from July 31, 2020.

Postponed to March 2021, the premiere of Morbius it was postponed again to October. But even this date was not final as it was postponed to January 21, 2022 and then to January 28. With the latest announcement for April, it would be the fifth date that they bring the living vampire’s debut to the big screen.

Although there is a mural of Spider-Man in its trailer, we still don’t know if Morbius is somehow related to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What is certain is that it is part of the same universe as the films of. isPoison, of which you mention in advance. The strangest thing is that Michael Keaton appears to be repeating his role as Vulture, Original of Spider-Man: Homecoming.

There are also mentions of the Oscorp Tower and the always classic El Clarín newspaper. Anyway, at least until Poison: slaughter released (before the post-credits scene) Spider-Man was not mentioned in this universe.

Morbius Directed by Daniel Espinosa (Life), with Jared Leto as Dr. Michael Morbius. He is accompanied by Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, Al Magrigal, and Tyrese Gibson as part of the cast.

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