‘Morbius’ Release Date, Trailer, and Cast: Sony’s New Anti-Hero Along With Unexpected Cameo
Sony has released something unexpected by many but anticipated by hardcore fans. Columbia studio released the trailer of ‘Morbius’ revealing many astonishing, unanticipated, mindboggling details. Today we’ll be talking about the same, i.e., Morbius Release Date, Trailer Breakdown, and Inside information as to what to expect from the upcoming Sony movie.
Morbius stars Jared Leto in lead role making his debut in Sony-Marvel Universe. Morbius is directed by Daniel Espinosa and is scripted by Matt Sazama alongside Burk Sharpless.
Morbius Trailer Breakdown
Morbius trailer shows us unexpected details and throws light on an aspect as to what can happen in the upcoming partnership between Sony and Marvel. Morbius trailer features Jared Leto in his Sony-Marvel debut after playing Joker in Suicide Squad. We can also see Michael Keaton towards the end of the trailer, hinting onto one possible Cameo of Vulture. Without spoiling too many details, we also see a spider-man painting on a wall. Although there hasn’t been any official announcement of Morbius being in MCU the way trailer was presented, stating “From makers of Spider-Man FFH, Spider-man Homecoming,” it does indicate in future collaboration in MCU movie.
Morbius Release Date
Morbius release date is set for 31st July 2020, and as we get closer to that date we will have to anticipate as to how much of success this film would be, as it would be launching its own Marvel Anti-Hero that has never been on to a big screen or in sunlight (because Morbius is vampire – pun intended).
While Hardy’s Eddie Brock Venom was a significant success for Sony, One should not expect same from Jared Letto’s Morbius since Morbius is the origin film for Leto’s debut as anti-hero, it’s very likely the movie will be more focused on character building rather than integrating famous cameos and roles and hence won’t have too much to do with Spider-Man – yet.
Sony has previously stated they’re establishing up to a Sinister Six movie, and it’s likely Vulture’s inclusion here is further set up for such a film. After all, as we all know, Sony-Marvel’s new deal includes only Spider-Man 3 and one MCU team-up film. Exceeding that, it’s unknown what will happen of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Still, if one trusts any rumors, Spider-Man is already set to appear in Venom 2, and Morbius also existing in the same cinematic universe. It does seem like Sony Studio is preparing for the SMCU(Sony-Marvel Cinematic Universe), which will be a spinoff franchise from the MCU, which will include all characters whose rights are owned by Sony.