The release of Sony’s Morbius is around the corner, and with the release of its new look, the fans can’t wait for it to come on-screen. But in a new shot from Morbius, a picture of spiderman of Tom Holland from MCU can be seen with a ‘murderer’ written in white graffiti. Now the big question stands whether or not Morbius is trying to create a connection between the two superhero movie giants Marvel and Sony. It is going to be interesting to see what 2020 has got in store for its Marvel and comic hero fans.
Details and hints of suspense
The spiderman in question is wearing the older version of the costume of spiderman, which was made by Sam Raimi. It raises the question about what is going to happen in the upcoming movies of either Morbius or spider-verse. One thing which every fan can be sure about is something big is steaming up in the live-action of spider-verse. The 2020 world of big-budgeted superhero movies is surely going to unravel some universe-altering, life-changing suspense which is going to make it difficult for the fans to wait.
Series of endless possibilities
While the fans are sitting behind pondering over all the possible scenarios and reasons for the appearance of Sam Raimi’s version of Spiderman in Marvel produced Morbius; there are some hugely anticipated ones. One of which is related to the image rights of Sony from Marvel. The other scenario is, however, more enticing one and could have a relation with the last movie of Spiderman: Far from home and Morbius. Even amongst all these possibilities, nothing can be said with surety as, once again, anything is possible in these superhero comic movies.
Ambiguous statements by the MCU & Sony
When fans were still in a fix, as to what possible connection between the aforementioned heroes could be, if any, president of Marvel Kevin Feige made an implication about his excitement of the continuance of the journey of spiderman in marvel. While so many assumptions are made around the corner, all that a fan can do is sit back and see how things take a turn.
Here is the shot from the Morbius movie:
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