We need to stop talking about Morbius or Sony will make another one

It’s time for the future, or it will be, if we continue this charade. Morbius memes are taking over the internet, making it increasingly likely that we’ll get an action movie sequel.

A quick look at Twitter and Reddit reveals dozens if not hundreds of images based on the MCU-near production. These range from editing our leading man Morbius for 2012’s The Avengers, to being substituted in for Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk for a certain iconic moment, to some incredibly optimistic Oscar predictions. The Morbius subreddit had some of the more elaborate designs and mashups, from the aggro learning the film from theaters to Martin Scorsese realizing the film’s genius.

A central theme is the slogan “It’s morbin’ time”. It should be noted that the monster movie doesn’t actually feature this iconic slogan, which Morbius has never said before, but fans believe that a sequel with such a moment would redefine cinema. Is that a track? Yes. Want to find out what happens when Jared Leto utters those words on screen? no

It was assumed that this would be the summer of Morbius. Unfortunate box office earnings meant it wasn’t, but we got it anyway.

Check out some selected Morbius memes here:

Morbius stars as Jared Leto as a vampire born of a rare blood disorder. Doctor Who’s Matt Smith is also in the cast, and it’s directed by Daniel Espinosa. Our Jakob Barnes didn’t enjoy it, his Morbius review said it was “a car wreck from a movie”.

Will we get Morbius 2? The way people do it, we could just do it. May Satan have mercy on our soul.

https://www.thedigitalfix.com/spider-man-morbius-sony-sequel We need to stop talking about Morbius or Sony will make another one

Emma James

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