The COVID-19 pandemic has forced movie studios to reconsider a huge amount of different release dates, with most films getting shuffled around as a complete result. According to a fresh report from IGN, Marvel’s Morbius film is another victim of shuffling, week as Sony Pictures has pushed back its release one.
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Initially set ahead from January 21, 2022, on January 28 the film is currently reportedly scheduled for release in theaters, 2022. Shifting release dates aren’t a large surprise for Morbius exactly, with Sony having moved the film around to a number of different dates. At its earliest, in July of 2020 the film was set release a, but because the pandemic continued, the film back was forced. dr
Originally. Michael Morbius, the scientist tried to cure his rare blood disease and then become suffering from a kind of vampirism that gave him superior strength, fangs, and a taste for the red stuff. The type fought Spider-Man many times, though eventually earned many of their own books where he previously a far more heroic role. He’s got a continuing feud with the character Blade the Vampire Hunter in the comics. The type appeared on TV in Spider-Man: The Animated Series and Ultimate Spider-Man vs. The Sinister Six and was earmarked to create his film debut in  originally; Blade until his cameo was deleted and plans to create him the villain in Blade II scrapped.
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Since he’s a Spider-Man character, Morbius is Sony’s adaptation of the Marvel anti-hero. Daniel Espinosa shall direct the film with a script penned by Burk Sharpless and Matt Sazama. Jared Leto, Matt Smith, Adria Tyrese and Arjona Gibson are set to star.