“Morbius”: the film with Jared Leto is POSTPONED to April

Bad news for ‘Morbius’ fans.

The film adaptation starring Jared Leto and produced by Sony Pictures has been delayed again: instead of hitting national theaters this month, the feature will now be released on April 1, 2022.

See the output:

Sony Pictures is moving MORBIUS from January 28, 2022 to April 1, 2022. # Morbius

– Boxoffice Pro (@BoxOffice) January 4, 2022

Recently, the Cinemark Network confirmed that production will run for 108 minutes (1 hour and 48 minutes), making it Sony’s second shortest film, behind only “Venom: Carnage Time” (1 hour and 37 minutes).

Additionally, “Morbius” will be rated 13+ due to “intense violence footage, spooky imagery, and inappropriate language”.

Enjoy watching:

Watch the trailer and follow CinePOP on YouTube:

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

With a rare disease in his blood and determined to save others who suffer the same fate, Dr. Morbius takes a desperate bet. At first, the result seems to be a great success, but some darkness consumes the doctor, who turns into a dangerous hunter.

The cast also includes Tyrese Gibson, Jared Harris and Matt Smith.

Make sure you watch:

Back to top button