Amazon Prime Video social networks take advantage of the success of The Boys to make fun of Morbius, the Marvel movie with Jared Leto.
TheBoys he will always take any opportunity that comes his way to lampoon a superhero movie. In the last tweet of the official account of Vought Internationalto protection of Amazon Prime Videothe television series has laughed at the decision of Sony Pictures Entertainment to relaunch Morbius in theaters. It did so because, since its premiere the first time, social networks turned the spin-off of spider-man in a recurring meme. Every day, it became a ‘trending topic’.
#DawnOfTheSeven is back! Despite still being in theaters, we heard all of your tweets and will be re-releasing the film this week! Don’t miss your chance to re-live all the action: use code ITS-MAEVIN-TIME to get a discount on your second ticket until June 30. pic.twitter.com/Mqh7yhc4T5
— Vought International (@VoughtIntl) June 12, 2022
Of course, what Sony Pictures Entertainment didn’t understand is that people were laughing at Morbius constantly. Or, if they got it, they didn’t assume that memes and box office are unrelated. So, as expected, the tape Jared Leto inspired by the character of marvel comics It hit theaters for the second time and… It also flopped for the second time! And that is what they have taken advantage of in TheBoys to make fun and mock in social networks.
Laughter with these guys is always guaranteed!
“The Dawn of the Seven is back!”, You can read in the tweet of TheBoys who makes fun of Morbius. “Even though it’s still in theaters, we’re following all of your tweets and… We’re re-releasing the movie this week! Don’t miss your chance to relive all the action: use the code ITS-MAEVIN-TIME to get a discount on your second ticket until June 30 “.
The grace of “It’s Maevin Time” that they write in the tweet of TheBoys is to laugh at one of the most classic memes related to Morbius. We are obviously talking about the already legendary «It’s Morbin’ Time». On the other hand, the movie Dawn of the Seven which is part of the fiction of the Amazon Prime Video series is a parody of the Zack Snyder’s Justice League. We can almost put our hands on the fire that, if they released that parody in real theaters, we would have a film of more than ten hours in length and 292 slow-motion sequences. Hopefully one day we’ll see it…