We briefly stop Martine as he flew away to safety and we see Martine Bancroft open her eyes. She has apparently become a vampire, much like Morbius.
Comic book readers will be familiar with Martine’s tragic ending. Martine Bancroft forces Martine to die to stop Spider-Man killing her. We’ll surely pick up on Martine’s transformation if there is a Mobius 2.
Martine will probably follow her own path in the sequel to the first movie. The comics were not followed slavishly in the first movie. Arjona told the Hollywood Reporter that she knew her character’s fate but didn’t know what would happen next.
“I was so excited when I reached that moment because it changed everything for me,” she said. She explained that the twist adds a lot of questions to her future and she is excited to see what Martine will do.
“Now that she is turning, I want her to decide if she moves more toward good or evil. Is she unable to find the middle ground? I wonder what happens? I am just curious. I am as curious as my fans.
Anyone who stays for the credit scenes will see that there is another strand to the sequel thanks to Vulture (Michael Keaton’s) appearance.
You could also see more of him (Michael Keaton), after he appears in the credits scenes to tease Sinister Six. But you can read more here .
Morbius is, for the moment, quite self-contained and separate from the likes Spider-Man…
Morbius ending explained
It’s not surprising that Morbius kills several people after taking the cure (a mixture of bat DNA and human DNA). He’s also hesitant about sharing it with Milo, who discovers that it works.
Milo’s money was what enabled Morbius to conduct the illegal experiment. So, unbeknownst to Morbius Milo steals one of the cure vials from Morbius and takes it. Morbius’s first victim is a nurse working with him. However, for a while Morbius believes he did it because he doesn’t recall everything.
Morbius’s death puts him under suspicion by FBI agents Simon Stroud, Tyrese Gibson, and Alberto Rodriguez (Al Madrigal), both of whom were already investigating the earlier massacre. Morbius attempts to escape from the FBI agents when they approach him to question him. But he is captured and imprisoned.
Milo visits Morbius in prison and leaves some blood to give him the strength to flee. Morbius initially refused to go, but after he figured out what Milo had done and what he could have done, he broke free and confronted Milo at a subway station.
Morbius refuses fight to his long-time friend, but Milo refuses to change his murderous ways. Milo shoots several cops, and Morbius runs from the scene in an attempt to avoid being arrested for Milo’s crime again.