Dr. Michael Morbius isn't your grandmother's vampire. Sony's Jared Leto-led film has finally dropped its first trailer, and it's chillingly scary. The Oscar winner stars as the convoluted antihero Michael Morbius, a doctor whose illness leads him down a dark path of no return. Stricken with a rare blood disorder, Morbius desperately searches for a cure to save others from suffering a similar fate. But when he undergoes an experimental treatment that turns him into a living vampire, he discovers that "the remedy is worse than the disease."
Created by Roy Thomas and Gil Kane, Michael Morbius first appeared in 1971's The Amazing Spider-Man #101. The character joined Spider-Man's ever-rotating gang of villains before taking a turn for the antihero, similar to Sony's Venom. The trailer gives fans all sorts of peeks into the dark and scary world of Morbius and even includes a surprise cameo from Michael Keaton, who played Adrian Toomes/Vulture in Marvel's Spider-Man: Homecoming. Will Morbius be the first Sony film to properly cross over with the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Probably not, but keep an eye out for more as we get closer to Morbius's 31 July release!