Scene Explanation for Morbius Post Credit: Vulture, Spider-Man

Morbius takes blood from a vial.

Dr. Michael Morbius will not need much equipment to figure it out.
Picture: Sony Pictures

I can not stop thinking the titles end his scenes Morbius. It could be his peak what end titles can be the scenes. From here? It’s all downhill. These scenes are magical. The scenes are terrible and, frankly, we love them for it. We have peaked and there is no going back.

Morbius, Sony’s new movie set in the Spider-Man universe, has just been released in cinemas and, if you make it to the end, you will be rewarded with two of the most shocking ending scenes in memory. But not because of how cool or exciting they are. No, nothing like that. These scenes have I have no idea what happens. They have very little meaning, they recognize themselves so much, and spoiled greatly in marketing before release. Suffice it to say that this was a very fun article to write.

We will drop a spoiler warning below, but again, tthe film’s director had already destroyed these scenes before the release of the film and one was teased in a recent traileryou can probably read ahead without much worry.

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Like you may have read our reviewa lot of Morbius is for Dr. Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) who tries to balance the need to keep the vampire forces that keep him alive, with the desire to drink human blood. Ideally, he could remain a vampire and not kill anyone, but the film never tells us how and if he will find that balance. Instead, after the final battle, it ends with a close-up of the good doctor flying in the air and going straight to the credits. The editing makes you believe that the scenes of the end titles can, you know, complete the true story of the film. Instead.

Instead, after a few titles, the first scene begins with a horizon and a fracture in the sky. Fans who saw Spider-Man: No Way Home Recognize this as the multiverses shuffling from the end of the movie, so, you guessed it, the shit is going to go down. But what is really diminishing is Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton), who was last seen Spider-Man: Homecoming, implemented in a prison cell. He looks confused for half a second before he is completely okay and realizes in another universe where his wife and daughter do not exist. Then he says something cute according to “I hope the food is better in this place”. Next, we see a news section about how the police are confused that this man appeared out of nowhere in a prison cell and that they plan to let him out as soon as possible.

Michael Keaton speaks to Morbius.

Michael Keaton in his trailer Morbiusonly the specific scene from the trailer does not exist in the movie.
Screenshot: YouTube

In There is no way homeit turned out that anyone who knew that any Peter Parker was Spider-Man was attracted to the MCU dimension and the only way to stop it was for everyone to forget Peter was Spider-Man, hence the bittersweet end of this movie. But this end does not seem to match that. Toomes is actually one of the people who knows that Peter Parker is Spider-Man, but somehow he goes from the MCU dimension to another dimension instead of staying on his own and forgetting Peter. The act does not make sense, almost as if the Doctor Strange spell did not work. At least it makes more sense that he is not a criminal in this dimension and is released from prison, setting up the second scene.

After a few more titles, we narrowed down to the second scene. In it, we see Morbius himself leading to a random location outside the city. Before we get to that, it’s important to note that Morbius looks good. It is as if he has solved his little problem by drinking human blood and thriving, with plenty of time to lead in the middle of nowhere to meet random people. Is the film interested in not explaining this main story? No. Of course not. Nice work, team. A real job there.

Anyway, Morbius arrives at this random spot and sees something big flying towards him on the horizon: it’s Adrian Toomes in a version of the Vulture costume from Spider-Man: Homecoming. Before we get to what he says (also known as the best part), let’s analyze the costume. As far as we know, the Avengers do not exist in this universe. So the Cheetahs do not exist in this universe, or at least have not invaded New York. If this is true, how the hell does Toomes combine a version of the Vulture suit without the technology that made it possible from the start? Nobody knows. Nobody cares.

Vulture in suit at Homecoming.

Vulture inside Returning home. The new suit looks like this, but we’re not sure if it’s the same.
Screenshot: YouTube

We assume that Toomes heard about Morbius on the news because he is still a fugitive or something and wanted to meet him, but that seems like a whole other story that we will skip. Then comes true perfection. Toomes says something that says “I do not know why I am here. I think it has to do with Spider-Man. But I feel that guys like you and me should work together. ” Morbius agrees.

Let’s get away from here for a moment and imagine a meeting room at Sony. Executives and writers discuss an exciting ending scene Morbius that will hurt a potential Sinister Six film, the obvious implication here that does not need any kind of deeper thought. You would have imagined that the examination could have gone as follows:

“Why is Toomes there?”

“I do not know, has anything to do with Spider-Man?”

“Well, obviously, but what exactly?”

“I do not know, but one can finally understand.”

“But if we do not know why he is there, what will he say?”

“What do you mean he literally does not know why he is there, that he has to do with Spider-Man, and we leave it at that?”

“This is a terrible idea.”

“Are you better?”

The immediate, literal, silly nature of this scene can be the end of the end scenes as we know them. We get to the point where the characters can just say “Hi, we do not know what that means, but we’re here on screen” and wait for the audience to care. We can also see them sitting at a desk and signing their contracts Morbius 2. At least that would be specific. But no, instead it is “I do not know why I am here, it probably has something to do with Spider-Man”. Genius.

A Daily Bugle cover that mentions the Rhino and the Black Cat.

This trailer still bothers some bad guys, but it may not be in the final movie.
Screenshot: YouTube

Now, if you want to take this seriously, based on the dialogues in the film we can guess that Tom Hardy’s Venom, Jared Leto’s Morbius and now Michael Keaton’s Vulture are all in this universe. The film also shows some Daily trumpet titles for a chameleon that also breaks out somewhere (the picture above also has Rhinoceros and Black Cat, but I’m not 100% sure it still exists in the movie.) These are at least four bad guys. Kraven the Hunter by Aaron Taylor Johnson comes after. All of this, yes, seems to point to one Sinister Six film.

But after this scene, without beings as powerful as the Living Tribunal that explains why everyone made sure to forget Peter Parker except this guy and channel him into others in a certain dimension, there is little chance Sinister Six movie with these characters will fit as neatly into the Marvel Movie Universe as Spider-Man: No Way Home He made. And that does not even mean that the existence of the Daily Bugle confirms that there is a Spider-Man out there. Or there is going to be. Why not destroy a good thing even more?

And when the bugger becomes the opening scene of this film? We talked about the end scenes, but at the beginning of this movie, where Morbius goes to Costa Rica to do something with the bats … we never know what he does, what the result is or when it’s about everything else it happens. This should be the first clear sign of how this film is not interested in narrative clarity.

deviate. I have given too much time to this stupid movie. I will do like Vulture and literally say that I wrote a lot and I will end here.

Morbius is now in the halls … if you dare.

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