The Doors’ “People Are Strange” Are In The New ‘Morbius’ Trailer

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A new trailer for the Marvel movie Morbius just got released with the song ‘People Are Strange’ by The Doors in the background, place the antihero in the Spider-Man universe. Some details: there is a poster with the wall-crawler in the background, Tobey Maguire’s version; Morbius reads the Daily Bugle, the newspaper where Peter Parker works and finally we can see Michael Keaton, Vulture in the MCU, who asks the protagonist “to keep in touch”. A nod to the Sinister Six?

‘People Are Strange’ is one of the memorable songs from The Doors 1967 album, “Strange Days.” A circus cover album, we find songs with lines similar to those that made up the self-titled debut of the Californians in a suggestive mixture of pop, rock, blues, jazz, and psychedelia.

The film is directed by Daniel Espinosa and the cast led by Jared Leto is completed by Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, Al Madriga,l, and Tyrese Gibson. The film promises to be an extraordinary experience within what the characters of this superhero brand can offer. A different approach for a film that will hit theaters on January 20, 2022.

We are sure that the Morbius trailer will surprise and excite fans of the character. Its protagonist is a talented actor who shows passion for each role he chooses and this case does not seem to be different. The trailer tells of a dark story that will disturb fans of this genre that has been dominating the Hollywood industry.

You can watch the trailer and listen to the Doors’ ‘People Are Strange’ below: