A new supercut is available for Marvel fans who don’t want to see the almost two-hour Morbius film. This clip saves fans time by allowing them to view the almost two-hour Sony feature featuring Jared Leto in just a few seconds. Here are all of the specifics:
What we can see in the Morbius Supercut:
A 31-second supercut was posted on Twitter in connection to the movie’s digital release. This clip fast-forwards through the whole narrative, including the final credits. The words “10/10 GREATEST MOVIE EVER MADE” accompany the video because the film’s duration of 1 hour and 44 minutes is drastically shortened. Then again, a peek at the movie’s Rotten Tomatoes rating score will reveal not everybody shares this belief. Sony Pictures’ latest superhero movie has a 17% reviewer score on the renowned review website and has been poorly received on the web. The movie, on the other hand, has its supporters as well, with a 71% audience score, which is a respectable number.
More about the Morbius movie:
Despite how the audience feels about the movie, it has succeeded in trending on social media several times, with slogans like “It’s Morbin Time” and “#MorbiusSweep” circulating. When the film was released on digital, fans shared a clip in which star Matt Smith danced shirtless. Milo, the film’s main villain, is played by an actor who has been in shows such as Doctor Who and The Crown. In fact, a snapshot of star Jared Leto wearing purple sunglasses was all it needed for some fans on social media to assume that a sequel to Morbius had already been greenlit. Although a third Venom film is currently in progress, no official sequel to the Hollywood blockbuster has been declared.
What to expect next in the Spiderverse:
Morbius is the third movie in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, following Venom (2018) and Venom: Let There Be Carnage (2021). Kraven the Hunter, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson as the iconic Spider-Man antagonist, is the next film planned to be released. Johnson has played Dave Lizewski in Kick-Ass and Kick-Ass 2 and Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Thus, this actor is no novice in the superhero world. The animated Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse sequel and the live-action Madame Web feature are among Sony’s forthcoming projects.