Morbius Director Breaks Silence on Marvel Crossover Possibilities

Following Spiderman: No Way Home's enormous box-office success, Sony Pictures is continuing to focus on the Spider-Verse expansion, that will include the likes of some potential addition to the Spider-Verse slate, Tom Hardy's Venom, Aaron Taylor-Johnson's Kraven: The Hunter, and the upcoming Jared Leto's Morbius.

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While Morbius is only a week away before its theatrical release, rather than a superhero, Jared Leto's debut into the live-action film will be as an anti-hero. Despite existing in another universe outside the MCU, one potential crossover being teased is Michael Keaton's comeback as his Spiderman: Homecoming villain role, The Vulture. Aside from Keaton's mysterious role, fans have wondered if there's more possible crossover along the line for Morbius.

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In an interview with Screen Rant, Morbius director Daniel Espinosa sat down to discuss the upcoming Marvel film. When asked about Morbius' place in a very vast cinematic universe, especially if Morbius is tied with any Spiderman character, the director responded, "Morbius takes place in what you would call the Sony-Verse. If you remember, when Sony released Spider-Verse, they introduced the idea of different timelines that then later Kevin Feige with Marvel took up. It is an idea that has existed within the studio for a long time. We are in what some people call the Venom-Verse. But these worlds have endless possibilities of interacting and trading people or information. Who knows what the future will hold?"

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Even after the mindblowing three-generation reunion of Peter Parker in Sony's Spiderman: No Way Home, it's not a guarantee that Jared Leto's Morbius can interact with other MCU characters in the future. However, Marvel is reportedly crafting a Spider-Verse that can easily include new Spiderman origin characters from Marvel Comics like Madame Web, Kraven: The Hunter, and of course, Morbius. It's also worth noting that Tom Holland and Tom Hardy's MCU characters have been seeding post-credit scenes that hint at a future Venom-Spiderman crossover project. So, there's definitely more for the Spider-Verse.

Knowing the MCU, they're certainly full of tricks. And as the Marvel Cinematic Studios continues to expand, a lot of storylines can still be explored, like the Spider-Verse.

Morbius will premiere in theaters on April 1.

Also Read: Jared Leto Expresses Interest in Morbius-Iron Man Future Crossover

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