Jared Leto’s Morbius has been pushed back to October 2021


Morbius, Jared Leto

If you were looking forward to seeing Jared Leto play the living vampire on the big-screen in just two months, you’ll likely be disappointed to know that Sony Pictures have announced that they have pushed the release of MORBIUS back to October 8, 2021. The film has experienced several delays already, but was slated to hit theaters on March 19, 2021 before Sony postponed the film. Morbius‘ new release date will place it on the same day as The Addams Family 2, and a week after the release of Denis Villeneuve’s Dune.

Morbius will find Jared Leto playing the enigmatic anti-hero Michael Morbius, a doctor who is dangerously ill with a rare blood disorder who is determined to save others from suffering his fate. In a desperate gamble, Dr. Morbius undergoes a radical treatment which at first seems to be successful but later reveals itself to be potentially worse than the disease. Leto has previously explained what drew him to the character. “Morbius, the man, is a pretty complex character. That’s what I was really attracted to. This is somebody who has a lot of conflict in his life,” Leto said. “He’s a guy who’s born with this horrible disease and is really a gifted person. When he was young, he was very curious about science and medicine and decided to dedicate his life to find a cure for the disease that he’s afflicted with and that others like him have, as well. But along the way, all hell breaks loose.” Leto added that Morbius’ battle between light and dark, right and wrong, was also a big part of the appeal.

Inside of Morbius, there’s a person who has a moral code. There’s a good person. Ultimately it’s that common struggle between good and evil. And, I guess, we’ll see what ultimately prevails. That’s what I like a lot about this movie. We’re not walking such a clear path. There’s not a clear line between what’s right and what’s wrong. There’s some gray area there. And Morbius is an imperfect person. He’s not your grandfather’s superhero. He’s a deeply complex character and imperfect. And I really loved that aspect that here we’re taking someone who is like all of us, has a fair amount of challenges and issues.

As I mentioned above, Morbius will arrive in theaters on October 8, 2021.





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