Keaton Confused By MORBIUS

The SPUMC isn’t exactly flowing. Fallout from Madame Web is still echoing around Hollywood. Venom critically flopped, but pulled its box office up purely on the strength of the character.

The other massive failure was Morbius. It came, audiences shrugged, it vanished.

One thing of note from Morbius was the end credits scene which featured a cameo from Michael Keaton’s Vulture, returning from Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Appearing on the Happy Sad Confused podcast, Michael Keaton was promoting his own directorial project to Knox Goes Away.

When asked about Morbius, he claimed none of it really made any sense to him. Even worse, he said it didn’t make much sense to people filming the scene either:

“No. No idea. None, zero. Then they said okay, and even they couldn’t quite explain it. [I was like], ‘I really don’t quite know what you’re talking about or [who] some of these people are’, and [the director] said, ‘Okay, let me explain. But it was complicated because they were, obviously, looking down the road.”

Eventually he said he just gave up trying to figure it out and went with it.

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