Morbius is the newest Marvel movie to hit theaters. This Spider-Man spin-off from Sony Pictures dives into the story of an unusual antihero: Morbius, The Living Vampire. Starring Jared Leto, this is a film for anyone invested in Sony’s Spider-Man universe. Take a look at our Morbius review for more information.
Morbius will be available in most theaters starting April 1, but there are some early showtimes this afternoon depending on your location. If you’re wondering how and where you can watch it yourself, take a look at the information below.
Where to Watch Morbius
Morbius will be available in select theaters this afternoon with a wider release scheduled for April 1. To find out when and where you’ll be able to watch it, you can check the local showtimes at the links below:
When Will Morbius Be Available to Stream?
We do not yet know when Morbius will be available to stream online. We also don’t know what platform the movie will be coming to once it is released. Since it features a Marvel character, one might think that it would land on Disney+ — which is where the majority of Marvel content currently lives. But like the rest of the Spider-Man universe characters, Morbius is a Sony Pictures film. It was originally included in deal with Netflix back in 2021, which means it is unlikely to be coming to Disney+ any time soon. It was recently confirmed that Spider-Man: No Way Home is coming to Starz, so it’s possible Morbius could find a similar home on that streaming service as well. It’s unlikely that it would end up on HBO Max, however, as Sony does not have a domestic deal with that service to stream its titles.
We will update this page with the information as soon as a streaming service has been confirmed.
Who Is in the Cast?
- Jared Leto as Dr. Michael Morbius
- Adria Arjona as Martine Bancroft
- Jared Harris as Emil Nikols
- Matt Smith as Loxias Crown
- Tyrese Gibson as Simon Stroud
- Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes
Rating and Runtime
Morbius is Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of violence, occasional frightening images, and some brief strong language. The film runs for a total of 1 hour and 44 minutes including credits.
Looking for more new movies to watch? You can currently watch Everything Everywhere All at Once in theaters now, which is an excellent display of the multiverse and one of the best reviewed movies of 2022. You can also take a look at our list of all of the upcoming Marvel movies and shows coming down the pipeline if you’re hankering for more Marvel.
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