Morbius Trailer Brings Jared Leto’s Living Vampire Into Sony’s Spider-Verse

Morbius Trailer Brings Jared Leto’s Living Vampire Into Sony’s Spider-Verse

As fans wait for another Spider-Man trailer, Sony’s also gearing up for Morbius. The studio today debuted the new official trailer for the next installment in Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, featuring plenty of fresh footage from the film starring Suicide Squad vet Jared Leto. The video offers a glance at the titular antihero and how he became a vampire after an exotic trip that was meant to find a cure for his rare disease. In a sort of Batman Begins homage, a storm of bats attack Michael Morbius and his companions and change his life forever. After the dangerous encounter, Morbius disappears for a few months only to return with a set of super powers that test his morality. After all, with great power comes great responsibility, but Morbius might have to learn it the hard way.

You can watch the Morbius trailer in the player below.

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In addition to the titular hero, the freshly released trailer offers a closer look at the rest of the cast. Fans can see Matt Smith as Loxias Crown, Adria Arjona as Martine Bancroft, and Jared Harris as Morbius’ mentor. Additionally, Al Madrigal is Alberto Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson is Simon Stroud, two FBI agents hunting Morbius. More importantly, Michael Keaton reprises his role as Vulture, hinting that there might be some villain ensemble movie coming soon. And that Spider-Man graffiti featuring the accusation “murderer” on it seems meaningful. Along with references to other villains in the Daily Bugle, and talk of a certain symbiote…

Morbius hits theaters on January 28, 2022.

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