It looks like “Morbius” is part of Sony’s Spider-Man Universe, in which Andrew Garfield plays Spider-Man right now. The six delays hurt the sense of community in the movie. It seems like things happen in the book on a number of different worlds. The movie does its best to bring back one of Spider-enemies, Man’s Man, but it does so with a villain it made up and a boring performance by Jared Leto. Lets check out explanation of ‘Morbius’ Ending & Post-Credits Scene which is given below.
‘Morbius’ Plot Summary
Michael Morbius builds a trap at the entrance of a cave in Cerro De La Muerta, Costa Rica, so he can catch vampire bats. He hopes that the vampire bats will give him information that will help him find a cure for a blood disease that is killing him slowly. Michael Morbius is dying because of his sickness. Cerro De La Muerta is in Costa Rica. Michael carves a hook into the palm of his left hand. He then points the hook at the trap to get whatever is caught inside. As time goes on, swarms of vampire bats are drawn to the smell of blood and fly out of the cave.
As a result, we can no longer see Michael. After that, the story jumps ahead in time by twenty-five years. Dr. Emil Nicholas is taking care of Michael Morbius and Lucian, who is better known as Milo. These two kids are being treated in a children’s hospital in Greece. Michael and Milo both have the same blood disease, which makes them so weak that they can’t walk. Dr. Nicholas thinks that Michael would benefit from going to a specialised school because it would help him grow as a whole.
After this, Michael is given the chance to accept the Nobel Prize for his work on making artificial blood, but he turns it down because he thinks it’s a pointless award for the results of an experiment that didn’t work. He is hopeful that putting his DNA together with the DNA of a vampire bat will help him get better. He has reason to be hopeful because of how the mouse experiment turned out.
Milo, his longtime partner, helps pay for his schooling, so he goes to see him to tell him how things are going. Things are not as simple as they may seem at first glance. By giving the serum to himself, Michael is able to get his health back to normal, but the procedure isn’t cheap. If he doesn’t get blood, his chances of living aren’t good. He is getting by for now with some fake blood. Once it’s gone, the only way for him to stay alive is to drink people’s blood. He is to blame for the deaths of some of the other people who were working on making the serum with him and Martine Bancroft. Milo thought it was a great idea for the ship to sail around the world. After what happened, Milo goes to Michael’s house and begs him to give him the medicine. Michael denies it.
‘Morbius’ Ending Scene Explained
Michael is thrust into the spotlight when a nurse who worked on a ship and got hurt dies at the hospital where he and Martine both work. Martine is also thrust into the limelight. He was wanted to be questioned about the killings that happened on the ship. Even though he tried to avoid being caught, he turns himself in to the police. Milo goes to visit him in prison and gives him a blood bag as a thank-you gift. Besides that, he forgets to bring along his walking stick. Michael knows that Milo has taken the serum and is starting to look like Michael because of it. Michael gets out of prison and goes looking for Milo, who has been killing people and drinking their blood.
Milo has said that he killed the nurse and that he is to blame. By the skin of his teeth, Michael manages to stay out of their fight. He finds Martine, who is in good health at the time, and tells her to get some things from their lab so they can start making an antidote. Martine is doing fine. After Michael told one of the boys how many hand bones there are, he takes charge of the boys’ secret laboratory. Milo has now bitten a total of three more men, which brings Dr. Nicholas into the situation. Visits Milo.
Martine goes to the lab to get Michael’s things, but when she gets there, she finds that Milo is already there. She says she has no idea where Michael is hiding out right now. Milo told Martine to tell Michael, “We’re few instead of many,” which is what she should do. Nicholas does something to try to stop Milo from causing trouble in the house where he now lives. Milo is having a bad day and is sure that Nicholas doesn’t like him at all. Nicholas dies because Milo gives him the fatal wound that kills him.
Nicholas calls Michael and tells him what happened. By the time Michael gets the call, he has already made the antidote, which is a poison that will kill Milo. Michael has already made a small amount of the poison. Nicholas needs help right away, so Michael goes straight to him. Unfortunately, it’s already too late. He dies. Michael can use echolocation, so he can hear Milo begging Martine to call for him. Michael has to be with Milo because of who he really is, which is a vampire. [Here’s an example:]
Milo will be done with his job by the time Michael comes to get him. Michael bites her to try to take away the terrible pain she is in. Michael decides that the only way for him to be strong enough to beat Milo is to drink Martine’s blood. Martine is no longer with them, so this is the case. After a hard fight that forced them both underground, Michael poisoned Milo while he was distracted by a group of bats so he could give him the poison.
Milo died because the poison was given to him. MILO DIES Once Martine, who was thought to be dead, wakes up, her eyes turn a dark red colour. Michael takes off in the air with his bats. Martine can turn into a vampire after she kisses Morbius and is bitten by him in a way that doesn’t kill her but lets her get vampire blood.
As the sky starts to fall apart, Adrian Toomes is put in a cell at the Manhattan Detention Center (the universe). From what we know, he will be set free after the hearing. After the credits roll, there is a scene where Toomes runs up to Michael while he is wearing his wingsuit and suggests that they “team up.”