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Sony is further exploiting its end of the Marvel franchise this weekend with the long-delayed Jared Leto dark hero title Morbius. Booked at 4,200 locations, the Marvel vampire protagonist feature is eyeing a studio expected opening of $33M, but could get as high as $40M-$50M.
Reviews haven’t registered yet on Rotten Tomatoes, however, Sony has bested critics before with Venom which after a 30% RT score opened to $80.2M; at one point the biggest October record.
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The movie, which at one point in 2020 was scheduled to come out before Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Spider-Man: No Way Home on July 3, will no doubt keep the good
vibe wave of box office openings going as moviegoers became more comfortable during the pandemic. Last weekend, Paramount brought the cautious older female demographic back with Sandra Bullock-Channing Tatum’s romantic comedy adventure The Lost City which debuted to $30.4M. The movie should ease by 40% in its second go-round with around $18M.
The Daniel Espinosa directed, Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless scripted movie is Sony’s foray into the deeper part of its Marvel licensed universe, particularly genre type films and at a lower budget, this one being an estimated $75M before P&A. It’s been a while since we’ve had a Marvel genre movie, i.e. the late ’90s Blade franchise being one of the last ones. While Morbius is known to be a villain of Spider-Man’s, the film is a standalone origin story about biochemist Michael Morbius, who tries to cure himself of a rare blood disease, but winds up infecting himself with a form of vampirism instead.
Other Marvel (non-Disney) movies coming down the pike from Sony, i.e. Kraven the Hunter and Madam Web are Spider-Man adjacent, we understand.
The PG-13 movie will fire up previews on Thursday at 4PM. Due to the pandemic, Morbius was pushed a few times to March 19, 2021; Oct. 8, 2021; Jan. 28, 2022 and finally this Friday; that latter move earlier this year due to the raging Omicron variant.
Sony has been on a roll during the pandemic, with several No. 1 openers. This include Venom: Let There Be Carnage recording the second biggest opening of October at $90M, Uncharted teeing off a new franchise with $44M, Ghostbusters: Afterlife reigniting the franchise for a new generation with a $44M start and $129.3M gross, and of course, Spider-Man: No Way Home which charted the second-biggest domestic opening of all-time with $260.1M, and counts the third best total of all-time stateside with over $800M.
Also opening this weekend is Sundance Film Festival’s You Won’t Be Alone in limited release.
Morbius First Reactions Suggest This Vampire Movie Sucks
After years’ worth of delays, Sony’s Morbius will finally premiere on April 1. But with a new blockbuster movie also comes reactions from fans who got to see an early screening. And for the most part, the reactions are not good. Chief complaints include dodgy CGI, poor storytelling, and an uneven tone. Of particular note are the post-credit scenes, which one tweeter called “some of the WORST you’ve ever seen.” Not too much praise for lead Jared Leto, but the response to Matt Smith’s over-the-top villain seems to be positive.
Directed by Daniel Espinosa, Morbius is the latest in Sony’s Spiderverse (which, as of yet, does not feature Spider-Man Tom Holland, save for the Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘s post-credits scene). Leto plays Dr. Michael Morbius, a brilliant scientist who suffers from a rare blood disease. After he performs a transfusion on himself, Morbius becomes a living vampire, cursed with a thirst for blood but given enhanced senses and strength. Morbius goes up against Smith’s Milo, a rich man who undergoes the same treatment and uses his powers for evil.
While not quite as popular as the Green Goblin or Venom, Morbius is one of Spider-Man’s most notable villains. Given the name “the Living Vampire” to avoid censure from the Comics Code Authority, Morbius first appeared in 1971’s Amazing Spider-Man #101, written by Roy Thomas and penciled by Gil Kane. Morbius menaced Spider-Man over the years, even sinking his teeth into the wall-crawler a few times (or, in the case of the ‘90s animated series, attached his suction cups to Spidey). But Morbius became more of an anti-hero during the “Rise of the Midnight Sons” crossover with Ghost Rider and Blade, even headlining a solo series that ran for 32 issues.
Is that pedigree enough to carry a feature film? While Sony has received plenty of skepticism for trying to launch a cinematic universe based on Spider-Man villains, the enterprise has been surprisingly successful so far. Despite mixed to low reviews from critics, 2018’s Venom earned $856.1 million at the box office, and the 2021 sequel Venom: Let There Be Carnage made 502.1 million, despite releasing during the pandemic. So encouraging have been the results for Sony that they’ve put into production a Kraven the Hunter film starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Of course, the Venom movies had at their core an absolutely gonzo performance by Tom Hardy. Can Morbius hope for similar success? Early reports suggest no.