‘Morbius’ Ending Explained (Or At Least We Tried)
The following post contains SPOILERS for the ending of Morbius.
If you went to see Morbius because the trailers promised you that Michael Keaton’s Adrian Toomes was going to show up and have some kind of super-villain team-up with Jared Leto’s Morbius, we hope you at least stayed through the closing credits. Despite Keaton’s prominence in the trailers, he never appears onscreen until Morbius’ post-credits scenes, where he somehow materializes in Sony’s Spider-Man universe and offers to work with Morbius doing ... something.
How did he jump universes? What does he want with Morbius? Why does he blame Spider-Man for what happened? Well ... to be honest, we don’t really know. But in our latest Marvel video, we do our best to try to explain all of that, break down what’s going on in Keaton’s scenes, and where they might lead in the future, i.e. into a Sinister Six movie.
Watch our full explainer video below:
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