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Morbius will not hit cinemas in January!  Sony postpones the premiere again

Morbius will not hit cinemas in January! Sony postpones the premiere again

We have bad news for fans of the Marvel comic book made by Sony. Although the studio is just winning with the show “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, in the case of “Morbius” it hasn’t decided to premiere at the height of infections with the omicron variant of the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. Thus, the film, which stars Jared Leto, will not be released in theaters in January.

Morbius: When do we see the movie in cinemas?

The show, inspired by the Marvel comics, was scheduled to begin conquering cinemas around the world at the end of January. The US premiere is scheduled for January 28. Now Sony wants to present the movie in early March and April. In the United States, it will be shown in theaters on April 1.

Morbius is one of the victims of the Covid-19 pandemic. It was originally scheduled to hit theaters at the end of July 2020. Shortly after the pandemic accelerated in America, which led to movie theaters closing in March 2020, Sony decided to postpone the premiere of the show to March 2021. This date has not been kept. In January 2021, Sony again decided to postpone the film and postpone it to January 2022.

Morbius: What do we know about the film?

Morbius, the story of Dr. Michael Morbius (played by Jared Leto). He is a genius who suffers from a very rare blood disease. As part of the work on the property, it will lead to his transformation into a living vampire.

The plot is inspired by the Marvel comics, and the movie itself is related to the MCU developed by Disney. The cast includes Michael Keaton, who returns as Vulture, who played him in “Spider-Man: Homecoming.”

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Behind the “Morbius” camera was Daniel Espinosa, a Swede who made films such as “Quick Cash”, “System” and “Live”. Besides Jared Leto, the cast includes Adria Arjona, Matt Smith, Therese Gibson and Jared Harris.

Trailer for the movie “Morbius”