The Sony Pictures announced that Morbius, the unreleased cinecomic Marvel starring the Academy Award winner Jared Leto, was again postponed after yet another postponement a few months ago.
Initially the film, whose possible links with the Marvel Cinematic Universe are still unknown and top secret, was supposed to hit theaters last summer on July 10, but the pandemic prompted Sony to run for cover: rocked a little to the right and a little to the left, again in response to the respective postponements of other Marvel movies such as Venom e Spider-Man: No Way Home, Morbius it was postponed first to March 2021, then to October of the same year and, recently, to January 2022.
The first trailer of Morbius looks like it's been out for a lifetime, but we will have to wait a little longer to see the film with Jared Leto since Sony has postponed the release again: fortunately, however, the postponement is only one week, from the scheduled 21 January 2022 now Morbius will arrive on January 28, 2022. The reason for this 'timid' postponement could be linked precisely to Spider-Man: No Way Home, scheduled for December 17: a week late for Morbius will allow a little more breathing space between one Sony-Marvel movie and another.
Recall that the first official images of Morbius they anticipated the presence of Michael Keaton as the Vulture, a detail that has led fans to believe that the film will be linked in some way to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What do you think about it? Tell us in the comments!