Almost every Marvel comic movie today has a post-credits segment that generally teases the actions that will transpire in the next film or is extended humor in regard to what went down in the main film. Morbius, which is slated to hit theatres next week, is no exception to the pattern, with two post-credits scenes being rumored for this Sony feature.
The Leaked Post-Credit Scene
Adrian tells Morbius about how Spider-Man landed him in jail in the beginning. The second scenario centers on Adrian and Morbius once more. Adrian, on the other hand, begs Morbius to assist him in getting out of prison in this scenario. He also wants to form a team, which might or could not be the mythical Sinister Six, which Sony has been seeking to bring to the big screen for decades. During a Twitter question and answer session, Morbius’ director revealed his thoughts on this notion. When asked “Is Vulture in Morbius paving the way for a Sinister Six movie?”, Espinosa replied, “Well, he’s recruiting teammates and he’s already attracted one. So it sure looks like a start for something like this”.
What We Can Deduce From The Scene
Judging by the most recent storyline leaks, don’t assume a Spider-Man cameo in the film. The post-credits sequences in Morbius however, might provide a direct connection to Spider-Man: No Way Home as well as the rest of the MCU. These scenes appear to be provoking a lot of rage and confusion among fans, based on the comments.
The Puerto Rican actress spoke about her Oscar-winning screen partner’s unusual professional ethic.
“We had a conversation before the movie started. He works in a very specific way. He likes the transformative aspect of acting, so we didn’t really have to work on it,” she claimed.
“I did my homework and he did his homework and when we showed up, we had a silver lining right in the middle which was Daniel guiding us both to not be in two completely different movies, but when we showed up, it was all there. We had a good skeleton to come out of which was our script, so we didn’t talk about it as much. We just immersed ourselves in the world and that relationship was engraved in it. I felt comfortable enough to go there with him.”