Although a lot of people are with their foot behind, ‘Morbius‘ is one of the movies blockbusters most anticipated of 2022 for Marvel fans, especially those of Spider-Man.
Even not being part of the universe of Marvel Studiosthe production has high expectations, as we can have in it the beginning of Sony’s so-called spider-verse, with the post-credits scenes indicating the direction of the next films.
That said, the leaked post-credits scenes show that Sony actually plans to give a sequel to ‘Morbius‘, and also bring in new characters. Michael Keaton’s Vulture could be the first, as the character should be more prominent in the film.
The first post-credits scene features Adrian Toomes, the Vulture’s alter ego, talking to Morbius. He explains to the Living Vampire that he was arrested because of Spider-Man. This may indicate that the hero may appear soon.
In the second, we see the two villains together again, but this time with Adrian asking for Morbius’ help to get out of jail. Also, the Vulture wants to assemble a group of villains that he has assembled, which would be the starting point for the Sinister Six to finally hit theaters.
daniel espinosadirector of the feature, has already given indications that we would have something in this direction.
Analysts confirm that long Sony Pictures can reach $50 million in its first weekend, with lower projections securing a launch of $33 million not country.
For terms of comparison, ‘Venom‘ e ‘Venom: Time of Carnage‘ debuted with solids $80 million e $90 million in the USA, respectively.
It is worth remembering that the first impressions of ‘Morbius‘ have already come out, but they’re not positive at all. Check out the reactions:
“Well, #Morbius is as bad as you’d expect… A visually confusing 2005 CGI storyline to create something that results in a festival of sleepy scenes. But don’t worry, it all gets worse in the end. Featuring some of the worst post-credits scenes you’ve ever seen. Sony is out of control!”
Well, #Morbius is about as bad as you were expecting. A 2005 plot collides with visually confusing CGI to create a bit of a snooze fest. But don’t worry, they’ve saved the worst for last. Featuring some of the worst post credits scenes you’ve EVER seen, Sony are off their rocker. pic.twitter.com/TMfVpq95Tn
— Sab Astley (@sab_astley) March 24, 2022
“Well unfortunately Morbius isn’t great (a SyFy storyline and 2000s formula) and definitely not as fun as ‘Venom’. In fact, it really seems confusing Sony’s future in the Spiderverse after the post-credits scenes. Matt Smith is having fun on screen!”
Well #Morbius is unfortunately not great (some really shoddy vfx & 00s formulaic plot) & definitely not as fun as Venom. Really confused at the future of the Sony Spiderverse following the post-credits scenes & the editing Matt Smith is clearly having a blast though! pic.twitter.com/ZCz8aLeUL0
— Nicola Austin (@nicola_aus) March 24, 2022
“Morbius proves that no matter how many celebrities or effects you put in a movie, Sony will always find a way to turn a simple story into a bad movie.”
— Escape Film Club (@EscapeFilmClub) March 24, 2022
“In Morbius, Matt Smith brings the film to life and Oliver Wood adds a visual touch to the action sequences. In addition, the bad plot and confusing cgi add up to a lost montage and an even worse sound mix, resulting in absolute inconsistency. But the post-credits scenes make it all worth it.”
In #Morbius Matt Smith gloriously hams up the place and Oliver Wood delivers some visual flare to the action sequences.
Aside from that, the bad plotting & messy cgi, confusing editing & worse sound mix result in absolute incoherence
But the post-credits manage to out do it all pic.twitter.com/NZ878P90z4
— Moon Knight of Ren Geekness (@RenGeekness) March 24, 2022
“Morbius is as pointless and boring as you’d expect him to be. Clearly butchered by a pasteurized montage at the behest of a studio that had no idea what they were going to do with the character – not that there’s still a good movie out there. The end credits are a joke…”
Morbius is just as disjointed and boring as you expected it to be.
Clearly butchered in an edit by a studio who had no clue what they wanted to do with it – not that there’s a good film trapped in there.
Mid credits are a joke but stick around if you like rolling your eyes pic.twitter.com/XxDvgYYWPF
— Cameron Howe (@CamzoOG) March 24, 2022
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The film will be released in national cinemas on March 31st.