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    How does that work with Far From Home not being set in Sony's Spidey-centric cinematic universe?
    The same way mcu vulture showing up works.


    Then again this could be like aos or like a "ultimate universe" mcu.

    Marvel needs to let us know. It's getting confusing.

    Edit--People have pointed out vulture is wearing the same outfit he was wearing in jail at the end of homecoming. Looks like vulture broke out of prison! Did the scorpion break out also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaastra View Post
    The same way mcu vulture showing up works.


    Then again this could be like aos or like a "ultimate universe" mcu.

    Marvel needs to let us know. It's getting confusing.

    Edit--People have pointed out vulture is wearing the same outfit he was wearing in jail at the end of homecoming. Looks like vulture broke out of prison! Did the scorpion break out also?
    It's not that complicated; Sony wants their movie to be at least seen as part of the MCU. However, only Marvel Studios can make that a reality and so far, they have not.

    In summary, Morbius is not part of the MCU, and therefore not in continuity with either Spider-Man: Homecoming or Far From Home. However, similar events, like Spidey being declared a murderer, may have happened in both series, even if the circumstances had to be different in the Sony one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebLurker View Post
    It's not that complicated; Sony wants their movie to be at least seen as part of the MCU. However, only Marvel Studios can make that a reality and so far, they have not.

    In summary, Morbius is not part of the MCU, and therefore not in continuity with either Spider-Man: Homecoming or Far From Home. However, similar events, like Spidey being declared a murderer, may have happened in both series, even if the circumstances had to be different in the Sony one.
    There could be some deal that the Sony films can reference the MCU films, but that the MCU films won't reference the Sony ones (except for appearances by Spidey.) It's similar to how Agents of SHIELD is handled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaastra View Post
    Edit--People have pointed out vulture is wearing the same outfit he was wearing in jail at the end of homecoming. Looks like vulture broke out of prison! Did the scorpion break out also?
    I was wondering if he was there for some kind of community service. He's standing near police sirens, so if he broke out, you'd think he wouldn't be standing around where a bunch of police are likely to be.

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    The idea of a Sinister Six with Morbius involved is intriguing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    There could be some deal that the Sony films can reference the MCU films, but that the MCU films won't reference the Sony ones (except for appearances by Spidey.) It's similar to how Agents of SHIELD is handled.
    That still wouldn't mean that the Sony stuff is canon to the MCU by default.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebLurker View Post
    That still wouldn't mean that the Sony stuff is canon to the MCU by default.
    It would be a type of canon. And it would be stuff that could be referenced in the Spider-Man movies which are in turn referenced in the Marvel films.

    This assumes that there are no other crossovers. There's gotta be like a five percent chance of Deadpool VS Venom at some point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Mets View Post
    It would be a type of canon. And it would be stuff that could be referenced in the Spider-Man movies which are in turn referenced in the Marvel films.

    This assumes that there are no other crossovers. There's gotta be like a five percent chance of Deadpool VS Venom at some point.
    We'll have to see how it plays out. If Marvel Studios ignores the Sony movies, then I think it's safe to say that they're not canon, even if Sony writes their stuff as if it was.
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