‘Just wait for Sony to Re-release Morbius’: Fans Troll Morbius After ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ Surpasses its $75.58M Domestic Earnings

It was recently revealed that Everything Everywhere All at Once has surpassed the $75 million mark in the US, placing it above Sony’s Morbius. Now the internet has gathered once again to troll Sony’s Spider-Universe movie’s disaster stating that the re-release will easily push it above Everything Everywhere All at Once.

Morbius is believed to be one of the worst movies made by Sony’s Marvel in a very long time. The movie managed to earn $73.9 million in the United States and Canada despite its re-release. It reportedly only earned about $300,000 from its re-release. The movie tells the story of Spider-Man villain Michael Morbius.

Everything Everywhere All at Once surpassed Morbius

Everything Everywhere All At Once
A still from Everything Everywhere All At Once

Everything Everywhere All at Once has shaken the film industry. Directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the movie managed to win seven awards, including for best picture, directing, and in three of the four acting categories, at the 95th Academy Awards. Now, it has been revealed that the movie has earned over $75 million in the United States. The ruthless internet swarmed the replies trolling Morbius and stated that a fresh Morbius re-release would easily beat Everything Everywhere All at Once.

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Morbius was once again trolled on social media

Morbius Still
A still from Morbius

Morbius‘ performance at the box office was so bad that it became relevant due to memes that were circulated on social media. People sarcastically called it a good movie and that’s what happened when Everything Everywhere All at Once beat Morbius,

Sony’s Morbius was released on April 1st, 2022, after being delayed several times from an initial July 2020 date. It managed to earn about $84 million worldwide during its opening weekend and received terrible reviews. However, after its release, many jokes and memes were made about the movie that made it quite popular.

Sony then decided to re-release the movie hoping to garner viewers but it was a massive fail. The re-release only earned them about $300,000.

Also read: Oscar Winning Everything Everywhere All at Once Director Daniel Kwan Feared This $384M Marvel Movie Doomed The Movie: “Everyone’s going to beat us to this thing”

Everything Everywhere All at Once won the Best Picture Award

Everything Everywhere All At Once
Everything Everywhere All At Once won seven Academy Awards

The film from the A24 studio, Everything Everywhere All at Once, also helped its stars earn their first Academy Awards. Actress Michelle Yeoh, 60, won her first Oscar, becoming the first Asian woman to win the Best Actress Award. Ke Huy Quan won an Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role for his performance in the movie and finally, Jamie Lee Curtis also won an Academy Award for best actress in a supporting role for her performance. Overall, the film managed to win big and Morbius fans can expect it to achieve more milestones.

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Farhan Asif
Farhan Asif

Farhan Asif is a content writer at AnimatedTimes. Having published over 300 articles, Farhan is currently pursuing Computer Science. In the past, he has worked with FandomWire, writing nearly 100 articles for the network. He likes to go on donation drives for his local NGO on weekends. He also has a close understanding of motorcycles as he previously had his own customization auto shop. Apart from that, you will always find him playing video games during his free time.

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