By this point, it’s more than apparent that the COVID-19 pandemic has massively affected the entertainment world. Film productions had to pause, prompting studios to defer various high-profile movies in the process. This includes Sony’s Spider-Man spinoff, Morbius, which was first slated to hit theaters throughout the summer of 2020. The Jared Leto-drove film has since shifted spots in both 2021 and 2022 and, presently, the film has gotten another slight postponement.

Most as of late, Morbius was scheduled to be released on January 21, 2022, however another postponement has caused the film to be shifted back multi week to January 28, per IGN. The move comes around a period that Sony is proceeding to shift its films into positions to succeed in the cinematic world.

The news might be somewhat disappointing for some fans who have been standing by anxiously to see the latest installment in Sony’s Spider-Man nearby franchise. In any case, a one-week delay isn’t anything contrasted with the months of shuffling that the film was previously confronted with.

Morbius isn’t the lone Sony/Marvel film to encounter delays because of the progressing pandemic. Toxin: Let There Be Carnage was initially set for release on October 2, 2020. The film was subsequently shifted to June 2021 preceding moving back to September 17. Just as of late, the exceptionally expected supervillain sequel got a one-week delay just as Morbius did.

So far, fans have simply been blessed to receive one trailer for Morbius, yet it seemed to be sufficient to get fans energized for the comic book transformation. The film centers on the nominal Michael Morbius, a scientist who suffers from an uncommon blood disease. In his attempts to fix himself, he afflicts himself with a type of vampirism, which gives him both superhuman abilities and the entirety of the weaknesses that accompany being a vampire. Jared Leto is participated in the film by Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris and Tyrese Gibson. The superhero flick certainly seems to be going for a repulsiveness energy.

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