Written By Mikey Sutton • Editor-in-Chief • Owner
Andrew Garfield‘s Spider-Man could swing into Morbius.
After the billion-plus success of Spider-Man: No Way Home, all eyes are on Andrew Garfield.
The actor is a hot property.
Andrew Garfield spent months denying he’s in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
He might not be finished yet.
Sources reveal that a Andrew Garfield cameo in Morbius is not out of the question.
Sony delayed Morbius‘ release date seven times.
In fact, Morbius was supposed to launch on July 31, 2020.
However, the pandemic squashed those plans.
Once Spider-Man: No Way Home crushed the box office in December, Morbius seemed safe for January 28, 2022.
However, Sony doesn’t want to get in its own way.
After all, Spider-Man: No Way Home continues to reel in cash.
Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man Could Appear In Morbius
In other words, Sony would compete against itself.
Furthermore, the Omicron variant is surging. Sony can’t postpone Morbius for another winter date.
The virus could suck its box-office potential.
Thus, Morbius springs forward to April 1.
Arguably, Morbius might be superior to Sony’s other Spider-Man spin-off, Venom.
Indeed, it looks darker and more serious.
Still, the new delay has fans expecting more than just Morbius.
Now, could this latest delay to Morbius’ release date mean that Sony Pictures wants to do even more extensive reshoots to the movie than we thought? Possibly.
In other words, will they involve Andrew Garfield?
Insiders acknowledged that Sony has discussed it.
Although the reshoots are mainly for additional footage of Michael Keaton’s the Vulture, there’s room for Andrew Garfield.
A source added:
Andrew Garfield might be in a post-credits sequence.
Should Sony do this, expect Morbius to over perform like Venom: Let There Be Carnage.
Certainly, the Tom Holland cameo in that movie gave it a booster shot.
Writer Roy Thomas and artist Gil Kane co-created Morbius.
He debuted in The Amazing Spider-Man No. 101 in 1971.
Morbius clashes with vampire killer Blade in the MCU later on.
There are two Oscar winners here.
Morbius star Jared Leto has one.
Mahershala Ali won two.
They’ll ignite the screen.