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Morbius It landed in cinemas last week, and director David Espinosa gave a wide range of comments about the superhero movie’s poorly produced production, including why Spider Man Appearance has been cut off.
One of the most remarkable moments in Morbius The marketing campaign consisted of trailers and static images referring to characters such as Michael Keaton’s vulture and Tobey Maguire Spider Man. Fans were outraged when it was revealed that references had been completely cut from the final product, and even the director isn’t sure what exactly happened.
In a discussion with ComicBook, Espinosa confirmed that reception for Spider-Man: There is no room for home how did you change Morbius swipe it out. When asked if he ever planned for one of the players to appear in the film, he confirmed that the idea existed – but it didn’t materialize.
“Oh yeah, but I mean, I think it’s part of the confidence level. And I think at the time, when I did the movie, they were in this big crisis. Remember when they were fighting and maybe they don’t [Spider-Man: No Way Home] movie at all? Therefore, at that time there was no such… Because he was very sensitive. I think the person who makes the next movies, it’s going to be different, because I think it’s also part of Sony to get the confidence to make the universe.”
The crisis in question was the split of Marvel Studios and Sony that occurred after the release of Spider-Man: Far from home. While it’s all settled, it seems Morbius Deeply affected by the uncertainty about Spider Man rights.
Espinosa’s comments hinting at a loss of creative control come as the film has a 16 percent approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Instead of getting into Sony Spider Man The universe in a big way, it all seems Morbius What he did was metaphorically air dirty laundry.