This is why an MCU villain appears in Morbius

“Morbius” hits theaters this week, and fans had an important question to ask beforehand. This has now been answered by the director himself.

Not all Marvel products belong to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Even if the multiverse concept created in “Spider-Man: No Way Home” offers the opportunity to integrate Marvel heroes* from movies or foreign series into the MCU, there are still exceptions like “Venom” and others starting this week “Morbius”.

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However, the Morbius trailer did put a question mark on the foreheads of Marvel fans. Then Michael Keatonder in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” Like Adrian Toomes aka Vulture He appeared in the trailer – and apparently in the same role. However, “Morbius” does not play in the MCU, but is part of the Sony Spider-Man universe (SSU) along with “Venom” and “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”. So the question arose: Does Michael Keaton really embody the MCU vulture in ‘Morbius’?

In fact, Morbius is the same as the character of Spider-Man: Homecoming, interview with director Daniel Espinosa CinemaBlend has been confirmed. The 45-year-old director, who previously helped with productions like Safe House and Life, explained:

At the end of “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home”—and at “No Way Home” itself—it was made clear that it was entirely possible for characters to cross from one multiverse to another. The events of “No Way Home” led “To Venom and Vulture (and possibly others) going back and forth between the MCU and the Venom universe.”

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Adrian Toomes aka Vulture isn’t the first character to appear in both the MCU and Marvel’s outer production loosely associated with the MCU at best. However, he is the first character introduced in the MCU and later appeared in a non-MCU storyline. Previously, Daredevil was brought to the MCU after fans fell in love with him during the three seasons of the Netflix Marvel series of the same name.

Despite Daniel Espinosa’s assertion, one question remains unanswered: How did Adrian Toms end up in another universe? It’s likely related to Doctor Strange’s (Benedict Cumberbatch) spell from the end of the movie, which relates to Spider-Man’s true identity. Toomes actually knows them from “Homecoming”, but then we have to explain why Vulture doesn’t forget them like everyone else, but seems to have been thrown into another world. So, at the end of the day, it seems that Michael Keaton’s decision to return outside the MCU to play Vulture is completely questionable. But maybe ‘Morbius’ will give us the reason behind this mystery if the movie is shown later March 31, 2022 It starts in German cinemas.

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