The MORBIUS trailer.

I’m not entirely certain that it’s good for Jared Leto to be given roles where you know that he’s going to go straight to the capital of F*cked-Up Head-space Land and go buy a house there; and yet, here we are. An obsessed vampire dude? Sure, OK, glad I wasn’t working on that set.

Moe Lane

PS: No spoilers, but suffice it to say that figuring out the wider continuity for the various Marvel movies would be much more complicated after MORBIUS comes out, if only anybody really gave a tinker’s dam anyway. I certainly don’t, and I go to see all of these flicks in theaters. It must be liberating, for the studios.

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  • Cameron says:

    I find myself rather intrigued.

  • junior says:

    That was unexpected at the end. It took me a moment to remember that Michael Keaton already has a role in the Spider-Man ‘verse’.

    Morbius has always been one of the more unusual characters, and he doesn’t tend to get much play time – presumably as a result. We’ll see what they do with him.

    I find it somewhat ironic that Sony has access to all of these characters because of Spider-Man, who’s one of the biggest boy scouts in Marvel comics. But due to the way the license works, the spin-off characters that they’re making films about are creepy characters who tend to go back and forth over the line between hero and villain.

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