‘Morbius’: Sony denies that the film takes place in the MCU’s ‘Spider-Man’ universe

While promoting “The Fast and the Furious 9,” Tyrese Gibson spoke to ComicBook.com about “Morbius” and confirmed that the film is on the MCU.

It didn’t take long for Sony to deny the news.

Studio staff have contacted the site and said the information is not valid.

Strange, because the trailer showed Michael Keaton reprising his role of Adrian Toomes seen in “Spider-Man: Back Home”.

Why is the studio keeping such a secret?

The adaptation of ‘Morbius’ is due out on January 28, 2022.

Watch the trailer:

Daniel Espinosa (‘Vida’) is responsible for the direction.

For those who don’t know him, the character first appeared in issue 101 of “The Spectacular Spider-Man,” released in 1971.

Enjoy watching:

In the plot, Dr. Michael Morbius has an accident while testing a possible cure for a blood disease and ends up transforming into a vampire, artificially created and different from mythological creatures.

Jared Leto (“Blade Runner 2049”) is the main character. The cast also includes Tyrese Gibson, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris and Matt Smith.

Make sure to watch:

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