Morbius Post Credit Scene: What Happens at the End Morbius Post-credit Scene?

The newest addition to the Sony Spider-Man Universe evokes conflicting emotions among Marvel fans around the globe.

Morbius garnered mediocre reviews and has one of the lowest film scores in Marvel film history. From its production to its performance to its plot, the picture starring Jared Leto is difficult for Marvel fans to comprehend. And just as the film’s credits rolled, Morbius managed to make Marvel history with its after-credits scenes.

The situation between Sony and Disney, the SSU and the MCU, and what is canon in each franchise has been at best unstable.

While there is a distinct absence of world-building between the credits of Morbius, the post-credits scenes are probably the most crucial deserts fans have ever seen, particularly as they pertain to the Sony Spider-Man Universe.

There is much to be said about the backdrop of these two scenes, but what is historically significant is their connection. Since The Avengers (2012), when Marvel films began to include two post-credit sequences, the predominant theme has been one world-building and one comic relief scene.

How Many Post-credits Scenes Are There in Morbius?

There are two post-credits scenes featuring Morbius. One follows a series of stylized opening credits, while the other follows a series of equally stylized mid-credits.

There is nothing at the end credits, so feel free to leave once you’ve watched two separate scenes, though you’re welcome to stay and marvel at the names of those who created Sony’s latest Marvel world entry.

morbius post credit scene
morbius post credit scene

Morbius’ Awkward Post-Credits Scene Is Now Available Online

Now available online is a rather awkward exchange between Jared Leto’s Dr. Michael Morbius and Michael Keaton’s Adrian Toomes/Vulture towards the conclusion of Sony’s Morbius.

Following a mid-credits sequence in which the Vulture is mystically transferred between realms, the post-credits scene of Sony’s Spider-Man Cinematic Universe spinoff takes place.

The Vulture, originally portrayed by Michael Keaton in Marvel Studios’ Spider-Man: Homecoming, is placed in a jail cell in Sony’s universe by Doctor Strange’s multiverse-closing spell at the conclusion of Spider-Man: No Way Home. The Vulture arranges a rendezvous with Morbius following his release from prison.

In the last conversation, the Vulture states that he read about Morbius’ adventures in the news and asks why he swapped realities. He believes the wall-crawler was involved and offers to form a partnership with Morbius “to do good.” Morbius finds the Vulture’s proposal “intriguing.”

 Since the initial screenings of Morbius, critics have panned the film for failing to convey what universe it is intended to take place in. Specifically, the Morbius post-credits scene is commonly seen as “messy” in comparison to the MCU’s handling of its renowned closing tags. In an interview with Uproxx, director Daniel Espinosa attempted to defend the prospective pairing of a supervillain and an anti-hero. “In that scenario, Vulture is not yet a criminal,” Espinosa remarked.

Unknown is whether Sony will pursue a Morbius/Vulture team-up in a future project, but several other Sony Spider-Man Cinematic Universe projects are moving forward, including Venom 3, Kraven the Hunter starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Madame Web starring Dakota Johnson, and El Muerto starring Bad Bunny.

Morbius 2 cast

As Morbius 2 has not yet been confirmed, there are no formal casting announcements, but we are confident that Jared Leto will reprise his role as Dr. Michael Morbius.

Martine Bancroft, who has been changed into a vampire, will likely be played by Adria Arjona (more on that in a bit). Milo (Matt Smith) and Dr. Nicholas (Jared Harris) will not return, as they are both effectively dead in Morbius.


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In the comics, Tyrese Gibson’s Simon Stroud is a frequent adversary of Morbius, so we anticipate his return with Al Madrigal as Stroud’s FBI partner Alberto Rodriguez. Gibson has a three-film deal, so Stroud could appear in other films as well.

Michael Keaton’s Adrian Toomes appeared in the Morbius post-credits scenes, thus assuming he isn’t taken back to the MCU, he will most likely return for the sequel. Toomes offers a partnership with Morbius, which opens up possibilities for the Sinister Six.

Could a sequel have Morbius teaming up with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man or Tom Hardy’s Venom, or opposing them? Technically, anything could occur, but whether or not it occurs remains uncertain.

Fans believe it could be Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man, but director Daniel Espinosa is tight-lipped regarding the identity of the Spider-Man in this reality.

“There are people at Sony who would have me executed if I said anything, since then I would compel them to make a decision,” he joked to IGN. “My thoughts and opinions are included in the film, and that is what I am striving for.”

He has verified that there is a Spider-Man in this realm, and with Tom Holland’s Spidey still in the MCU, it could be anyone.

Morbius’s Post-credits Scenes Described: What Happens in Morbius’s Post-credit Scene?

Similar to Spider-Man: No Way Home, the initial Morbius post-credits scene begins with the sky breaking apart. Then, Michael Keaton’s Adrian Toomes, also known as the Vulture, arrives in a detention cell. He comments, “I’m hoping the food is better here.” It appears as though the multiverse has cracked.

A news report states that Toomes, who has no reason to be in prison and arrived out of nowhere, is currently awaiting a hearing and will likely be released immediately.

It is unclear why the multiverse transferred Toomes from the MCU to the Sony-verse, and it is now questionable whether other individuals who knew Peter Parker’s true identity were also transferred to other universes. Nevertheless, it is evident that future Spider-Man films from Sony will include the Vulture more prominently.

Regarding Keaton’s cameo, the director tells Daniel Espinosa GamesRadar+, “The concept of incorporating a figure from the Marvel Cinematic Universe into our universe was conceived from the beginning.”

“The inspiration for those came from the animated film Spider-Verse, which was released before I began shooting my own film. I believe Kevin Feige was also involved in the conception of that notion, which explains why the previous Spider-Man film was made in the manner that it was.”

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