Morbius is the latest Spider-Man movie to hit theaters after the Venom sequel.
Leto plays the Marvel anti-hero in the new Sony movie, which also stars Matt Smith. Critics criticize it.
As is usual in superhero movies, there’s a post-credits sting – however, in an interview published before the movie came out, director Daniel Espinosa revealed exactly what happened in the scene.
Those who have now gone to the cinema to see it are asking Espinosa to come out to destroy the film’s surprises before giving some fans a chance to see it.
Others express confusion about the possibility of a particular character returning, and how it affects the wider Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
*Following spoilers – you’ve been warned*
The post-credits scene sees the return of Adrian Toomes AKA Vulture, played by Michael Keaton in Spider-Man: Homecoming. He was transported into this world across the multiverse thanks to the spell cast by Doctor Strange at the end of Spider-Man: There is no room for home.
However, this was confirmed by Espinosa on March 25 in an interview with cinema mixspoils the scene for many.
In a new interview with diverseEspinosa said of Toms’ return: “The events of There is no place for home It had the effect of moving Venom and Vulture (and possibly others) back and forth between the MCU and the Venom Universe.”
Toomes appears in the prison cell, looking confused as to what just happened. Confusingly, he’s wearing a lab coat similar to the one seen on Homecoming, leading fans to wonder how this happened. In response, Espinosa said: “If you look closely, you will see that it is not exactly the same suit. Homecoming. He is a very resourceful man.”
Another scene sees Toomes recruit Morbius, leading many to believe the Sinister Six is in the works. The next Spider-Man villain to get his own indie movie from Sony will be Kraven, played by Aaron Taylor-Johnson.
Fans only now find this spoiler-filled Espinoza interview – and express their shock after finding out that it was shared a week before the movie premieres.
Morbius In cinemas now. Find our review here.