Dual threat artist Jared Leto is swinging back from the stage to the big screen, taking on the titular role in the Spider-Man spinoff Morbius. Matt Smith (Doctor Who), Jared Harris (Mad Men), and Adria Arjona (Pacific Rim: Uprising) have supporting roles in the film.

No plot details are known but we can guess that similar to Tom Hardy's Eddie Brock and Venom, Jared Leto as Morbius will be more of an anti-hero than a straight up villain.

Exact details of who Gibson would play are now unknown. The film is in development hell at the moment, so nobody has been cast at all, although rumor has it that the planned film would center on the buddy cop-style relationship between Hal Jordan and John Stewart, a pair of Earth Green Lanterns with very different personalities. Ok, it's not much of a glimpse, but after all the casting news and dramatic shaving teases that've surrounded the Sony superhero film about a living vampire, anything remotely official will sate fans' bloodlust. That might be unlikely, since he looks pretty normal, as far as accidental vampires go, but his nose does get a bit of a tweak in the comics.

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Originally Dr. Michael Morbius, the scientist character tried to cure his rare blood disease only to become afflicted with a form of vampirism that gave him superior strength, fangs and a taste for the red stuff.

Gibson was recently cast in the role of Teddy Pendergrass for a new biopic of the singer.

Morbius the Living Vampire will hit the theaters on July 31, 2020.

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