Sony Pictures postpones the release of their upcoming Marvel film Morbius, featuring Jared Leto as the Living Vampire, by seven months to October 2021.
Sony postpones the delivery date for Jared Leto’s independent Morbius film by seven months. After the effective relaunch of Spider-Man as a component of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony restarted plans to make their very own shared universe. The box office success of Venom in 2018 just supported these plans. One of the numerous ventures they’re chipping away at is Morbius, which stars Jared Leto as Marvel’s Living Vampire. The film enveloped creation by 2019 in front of a delivery that was then anticipated summer 2020.
Only a couple a very long time subsequent to dispatching the first Morbius trailer, Sony needed to straighten out their plans. The Covid pandemic prompted theaters closing down and Sony had to defer Morbius to 2021. At that point, they moved the film and Venom: Let There Be Carnage to the primary portion of 2021, as it was suspected the COVID-19 emergency would be well leveled out by at that point. Lamentably, cases keep on ascending the world over and cinemas still can’t seem to a great extent open. Presently only two months in front of its delivery, Morbius has been moved once more.
Sony reported today that Morbius will not, at this point come out on March 19, 2021. The studio chose for postpone the following portion of Sony Pictures Universe of Marvel characters by seven months. Morbius’ new delivery date is October 8, 2021. In the event that this new date sticks, Morbius will be delivered in performance centers 15 months after the first delivery date.
This most recent postponement for Morbius will be baffling to fans anticipating seeing the film. It’s been nearly 12 months to the day that the primary Morbius trailer dropped, and now it very well may be some time before more film shows up. In any case, this could be gainful given the present status of diversion. Motion pictures delivering in venues right presently are as yet battling to make a big deal about an effect. While, ideally, things will have improved two months from now, Sony is avoiding any and all risks by postponing Morbius a while with the expectation that COVID-19 will generally be behind us by October.
There’s additionally the likelihood that Morbius will show up at a superior opportunity with regards to drawing the consideration of Marvel fans. Before the deferral, Morbius was planned to hit theaters the exact day the principal scene of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier makes a big appearance on Disney+. Rather than clashing with a profoundly foreseen MCU property, Morbius c0uld be better arranged for progress. It is the just superhuman film turning out in October and the vampire flick will show up only a couple a long time in front of Halloween. This is additionally a similar delivery window that Venom got, and Sony saw huge success with that film. In the event that auditoriums are nearer to running good to go by October, at that point Morbius will have a superior possibility of being the hit Sony needs it to be than if they constrained it into theaters in March.