Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Morbius’s Global Box Office Collection crosses $100 Million

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Marvel’s one of the terrible accidental vampires, Morbius hit in theatres last week.  The film has been marked as the new Sony or Columbia Pictures movie that gives Spider-Man villain the main limelight without Spider-Man. The new film features Jared Leto in the lead role and gets some mixed responses from critics and viewers.  This time also critics have not become silent as after the film just comes it got 17% critics to score on Rotten Tomatoes.  Spencer Perry from ComicBok.com reveals the feature a 1 out of 5 and also called the show “lazy” and “incomprehensible” the audiences also have been a little more forgiving and abut it also score 70% the audience on that review site.

Morbius' Director Confronts the Film's Negative Reviews - Variety

When the film has not been seen as successful as the other current Sony adaptations. It has still made some the money at the box office. The movie also got $39 million in just the first weekend at the domestic box office, and also just passed the $100 million mark across the world at the box office.

Sony confirms, that Morbius just collect over $100 million worldwide just on Thursday. It is also making $46.9 million domestically and internationally $55.8 million globally for the entire total of $102.7 million. When  $100 million just over a week has not been bad. It still just stepping down from Sony’s current success along with Spider-Man: No Way Home and also contains the second-best opening at the weekend in its history with $260 million. Now the film has made over $1.8 billion across the world box office. Now, it also become the third film in history that cross $800 million at the domestic box office.

Morbius Crosses $100 Million At Worldwide Box Office
https://comicbook.com/marvel/news/morbius-crosses-100-million-at-worldwide-box-office/
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The Morbius director Daniel Espinosa spoke along with ComicBook.com and also commented on the movie’s negated reviews. Espinosa said while asked if he provides a lot of weight with some exact reviews that reveal,” I just ask my friends to send me the ones that they think are clever stuff and the stuff that my friends don’t think are clever. I mean good or bad.  After that, I get a bunch of clever stuff and also the stuff as my friends not thinking clever to make a movie that is supposed to be public. I mean, it’s part of the  fundamental concept of what  you are  doing, but it’s  always  very  strange.”

Box Office: Jared Leto's 'Morbius' Bites Off $39M Domestically, $84M  Globally

With Jared Leto, Morbius features Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, Matt Smith, Tyrese Gibson, Ai Madrigal, Corey Johnson, and Archie Renaux. Michael Keaton whom we have seen in Spider-Man: Homecoming as Vulture, obviously it was a very small role in that film. Morbius was also directed by Daniel Espinosa along with the screenplay by Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless. It is definitely a fantastic character. The character was made by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane.

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