The post-credits scene for Sony Pictures’ Morbius is making the rounds online, confirming earlier reports about the Spider-Man spinoff.
The post-credits scene for Sony Pictures’ Spiderman spin off Morbius has leaked online ahead of the film’s theatrical release.
The scene is currently making the rounds on social media, for those wishing to seek it out. The footage itself falls in line with earlier reports about Morbius‘ post credits stinger.
Morbius stars Jared Leto as Dr. Michael Morbius, whose quest to find a cure for his rare blood disease results in him gaining vampiric abilities. Director Daniel Espinosa previously revealed Morbius would help set up Sony’s long-planned Sinister Six spin off. “Well, [Michael Keaton’s Vulture] is recruiting teammates and he has enticed one already,” he said. “So it sure looks like a start.”
Of course, Keaton’s Vulture appearing in Morbius was an early surprise from the film’s first trailer. Espinosa provided clarification on how the Marvel Cinematic Universe character could feature in a movie set in the same world as Venomsaying, “At the end of Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Spider-Man: No Way Homeand in No Way Home itself, it is clearly established that it is possible for characters to transfer from one Multiverse to another. The events of No Way Home had the effect of transferring Venom and Vulture (and maybe others) back and forth between the MCU and the Venom Universe.”
Early reactions to Morbius have been largely negative. “I’ve seen a nearly final cut of Morbius. It’s a messy film, doesn’t know what universe it’s in or what characters it coexists with,” That Hashtag Show’s Nick Santos shared. “It definitely isn’t the well-oiled machine that the MCU is. Some people will like it, but for most people, it’s going to be hard to get behind.” Santos’ report isn’t the only one claiming Morbius is heading for disappointment at the box office. Multiple critics who reportedly saw the film early have claimed Morbius is a dull and poorly executed film, with one person calling it a “dumpster fire.”
Morbius arrives in theaters April 1.
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