The studio’s next superhero movie will be set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Now recently, we heard that Sony’s Morbius would add the references to Spider-Man, Morbius is scheduled to be released in the United States on July 31, 2020. And now, FandomWire has confirmed that Morbius is officially a part of the MCU. Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Morbius is an upcoming American vampire superhero. The film is reportedly structured on the same last name as on the Marvel Comics, which was produced by Columbia Pictures. This is in with the association with Marvel, and it was given by Sony Pictures. It is assumed to be the second film in Sony’s Marvel Universe.
Daniel Espinosa is directing the film from a script by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless. It stars Jared Leto in the title role alongside Adria Arjona, Matt Smith, Jared Harris, and Tyrese Gibson.
After announcing plans for a new shared universe of films inspired by Spider-Man characters beginning with Venom (2018), Sony was declared to be developing one based on Morbius. Sazama and Sharpless signed the script by November 2017, and later Leto and Espinosa are officially joining in June 2018.
The Work began in earnest at the end of the year with further casting, and the production was started in February 2019 in London. The Filming was set to take 12 weeks, and it was confirmed to have completed by June 2019.
The Movie Morbius Reportedly Confirmed To Take Place In The MCU
This film is reportedly going to exist in the same reality as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The movie is directed by Daniel Espinosa, who earlier helmed Ryan Reynolds/Jake Gyllenhaal’s Life. It is the studio’s second Spider-Man villain-centric film following the 2018 surprise hit, Venom with Tom Hardy.
At that moment, Plot features for Sony Pictures Entertainment’s are still limited. Still, as it’s probably an origin story for the character, the supporters have turned to its print source for some information. Morbius is a researcher who is suffering from a rare blood disease, and he is attempting to find a remedy for his condition, he randomly tries himself with vampirism.
The Morbius‘ upcoming trailer should explain some of the general questions regarding the project. In 2016 Leto’s second comic book go-around following his outing as DC’s Joker in David Ayer’s Suicide Squad. If this latest report turns out to be accurate, then this project will effectively bring him from the DCEU to the MCU.
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The journalist, Fandom Wire, is reporting that the future Morbius film will be part of the MCU( Marvel Cinematic Universe). By the references, the terminal says that one particular connection that will bridge the popular superhero franchise and the movie, as mentioned earlier, is J.K. Simmons’ contemporary take on J. Jonah Simmons, who surprisingly debuted in Spider-Man: So Far From Home last year.
The article didn’t get into details about how this will be performed. Still, it adds that Tom Holland’s Peter Parker also appears in Venom 2, giving the idea that other Sony Spider-Man villain films such as Madame Webb and Black Cat & Silver Sable will also follow suit.