Morbius starring Jared Leto pushed to 2022 after MGM moves Bond movie No Time ...

Morbius starring Jared Leto pushed to January 2022 after MGM moves Bond movie No Time To Die to October

By Rachel Mcgrath For Dailymail.com

Published: 07:32 GMT, 22 January 2021 | Updated: 19:13 GMT, 22 January 2021

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On Thursday, MGM announced it was once again delaying the new Bond movie No Time To die, pushing it back from April 2 to October 8.

And that set off a chain reaction as other studios proceeded to move their October 8 releases so as not to go up against the 007 juggernaut starring Daniel Craig in his final outing as the British spy with a licence to kill.

Sony, which had already postponed its Marvel Comics adaptation Morbius three times, opted to postpone it a fourth time, until January 21, 2022.

Not coming soon: Sony has postponed the release of its Marvel Comics adaptation Morbius for a fourth time, pushing it from October 8 to January 21, 2022

Not coming soon: Sony has postponed the release of its Marvel Comics adaptation Morbius for a fourth time, pushing it from October 8 to January 21, 2022

Avoiding a showdown: Sony's announcement Thursday came after MGM revealed it was pushing the new Bond film No Time To Die back again, from March 19 to October 8

Avoiding a showdown: Sony's announcement Thursday came after MGM revealed it was pushing the new Bond film No Time To Die back again, from March 19 to October 8

Morbius stars Jared Leto as the blood-sucking Spider-Man anti-hero with a supporting cast that includes Michael Keaton, Matt Smith and Jared Harris.

It had only been announced last week that it was being

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