Morbius Director Confirms Spider-Man in Sony Universe (& Hints at Iron Man)

Director Daniel Espinosa confirms that there is a version of the most wonderful characters in Sony’s Morbius universe, including Spider-Man and Iron Man!

Director Daniel Espinosa notes that Spider-Man exists in the same universe as Sony’s disease. After the success of Tom Holland Spiderman Movies Sony has released movies focusing on Marvel characters like Venom and now Morbius in the upcoming movie. disease is set to follow biochemist Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) who contracts a form of vampirism after trying to cure a rare blood disorder.

The audience got a closer look at the character when a disease Trailer full of Sony Marvel Easter eggs has finally been released. There are several references to other Marvel characters, most notably Spider-Man. Some Spider-Man street art prominently featured in the promotional footage is preceded by the word “murderer.” Fans immediately took to this as a direct link No way homeas similar imagery and ideology is plastered throughout the film after Peter Parker is wrongly accused of Mysterio’s murder.


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Espinosa addressed these appearances in the disease Trailer during an interview with cinema mix. While confirming that Spider-Man exists in this universe, the director is quick to clarify that it may not be the version of Spider-Man that fans are thinking. The concept of the multiverse isn’t new to Marvel Comics fans, and Espinosa plans to take full advantage of it by stating that almost all universes will have a variation on popular characters like Spider-Man and Tony Stark, but they will differ from which differentiate universe to universe. That vague answer could mean anything, but the specific mention of a Tony Stark variant could hint at some sort of character’s appearance, especially if that’s meant to be Spider-Man Holland, as many believe. Read the full quote below:

Naturally! I mean, in almost all of the Spider-Verse or, you know, the (universes) that existed in the Marvel Universe, if you’re reading the comics, the whole idea of ​​that kind of — the Marvel String Theory, if you will call it that. If you remember, it’s very related to the alternative Seinfelds. You have a world where you have the same characters, and it’s ALL the characters, but they’re a little different. So in almost all verses you have Spider-Man or the Fantastic Four or Tony Stark or Morbius. But they will be different in tone. That’s not quite how the Marvel Cinematic Universe approaches the idea, but they stick to a core truth. Then you have the second type of legend, centered around the totem. That is, in all universes there is a spider totem. Which means there must be a Spider-Man in all universes. Or a spider woman.

Street art wasn’t the only Spider-Man connection, as Michael Keaton was revealed in the trailer to be part of the Morbius cast. After his role in Spider-Man: HomecomingWhether or not the Vulture would return remained unclear, although it was later confirmed by Keaton, who revealed he was filming a secret project as Adrian Toomes aka the Vulture. While it’s easy to assume that these characters are one and the same, there hasn’t been any official confirmation. That said, Leto has also toyed with fans about what those Spider-Man references might mean.

The future of Holland’s Spider-Man has been unclear ever since No way home seemingly rounding out his trilogy, but Sony’s constant teasing suggests they’re far from done with the character. With that in mind, Leto is excited to see Morbius and Spider-Man interact, hinting at a fight between the two. Unfortunately, Espinosa doesn’t give fans a clear answer as to what role Spider-Man plays disease. Though it does open up some interesting possibilities, as that could make way for more Marvel appearances from Andrew Garfield or Tobey Maguire, or maybe an all-new Spider-Person.

Next: The No Way Home credits scene supports the theory of a great vulture

Source: Cinema Blend

  • Morbius (2022)Release date: 04/01/2022
  • Kraven the Hunter (2023)Release date: January 13, 2023

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