It has been a long time since Sony Pictures’ “Morbius” should have hit theaters around the world – and yesterday it received its sixth reprieve.
Fans have been waiting for the feature film’s release for so long that comic book artist Adam Barnhardt made a somewhat shocking observation on social media when he realized that the infamous “Spider-Man: No Return Home,” Part Three of the saga with Tom Holland, began filming after the broadcast of the first teaser of “Morbius”.
The first teaser was released on January 13, 2022, while “No Return Home” began filming between September / October 2020. Head of Web’s latest film has since been released in theaters and has crossed the billion dollar threshold at the box office. – global office – while ‘Morbius’ has been rescheduled for April 1, 2022.
Release of the first Morbius teaser: January 13, 2020
Spider-Man: No Way Home Filming begins: September / October 2020
Spider-Man: No Way Home Released: December 17, 2021
Morbius exit: April 1, 2022
– Adam Barnhardt (@adambarnhardt) 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”.
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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.
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