"Morbius" has risen from the grave and is dead, once again.

The critically panned film, starring Jared Leto, bombed again at the box office after Sony Pictures re-released it in limited theaters over the weekend.

The film has grossed about $73 million in domestic ticket sales since it opened in theaters on April 1, according to BoxOfficeMojo, which tracks ticket sales.

Sony's decision to redistribute "Morbius" to more than 1,000 theaters came after weeks of people posting memes online mocking the film.

On Twitter, the hashtag #MorbiusSweep was trending for weeks, with many jokingly claiming it was the most financially and critically successful movie of all time. Some joked that the film became the first to sell more than a billion tickets.

Others made up a bogus movie catchphrase, "It's Morbin Time!" - based on the iconic line from "Power Rangers", "It's Morphin Time!"

Over the weekend, he averaged $270 in ticket sales per theater and earned $280,000 over the weekend, Forbes reported.

A spokesperson for Leto and Sony Pictures did not immediately respond to request for comment.

The film's theatrical return sparked similar jokes online. Some suggested that the studio's decision to re-release the film signifies their lack of understanding of meme culture.

"I do understand correctly that the Morbius movie flopped, people on social media made fun of it, and the studio thought this indicated some kind of popular demand, so they brought the movie back and it flopped again?" he tweeted. a person.