Marvel Studios has yet to officially add Blade to his slate of upcoming movies, but according to new information made available online, the vampire hunter’s first MCU outing will begin shooting July 4th. Filming details come from the FTIA Production List website, which states that Blade will begin filming in Atlanta, Georgia and New Orleans, Louisiana beginning on Independence Day. The page also includes a summary of the project, which gives the film’s synopsis as follows: “He is known as a vampire hunter – half-mortal, half-immortal – who tries to rid the world of vampires in order to avenge his mother. , who was killed by a vampire while she was giving birth to him.
Of course, it’s no secret that Blade’s arrival in the MCU is near, with Mahershala Ali’s vampire hybrid voice already being heard as a tease late last year. Eternals. However, so far Marvel Studios has been completely quiet about its plans beyond next summer. Wonders, and that means the exact moment we’ll see Blade make its theatrical debut is still unknown. Based on Marvel’s usual production schedule, if the film shoots this summer, it’s likely to be released in early 2024, although there’s potentially room for another release in late 2023, and Blade could also get there. slit with a simple push.
The Marvel Reboot Blade is the source of many rumors
While we know that Blade will get its own movie as part of the MCU, exactly how it will debut is currently up for debate depending on which rumors you choose to believe. Over the past few months, it’s been suggested that the Vampire Hunter will be seen in the expected but unannounced event. Halloween Special Night Werewolfwhile he has also been linked to Moh Knight, the sequel to the Black Knight story as seen in Eternals, and other upcoming projects. However, until Marvel decides to open up and share more information on the exact details of their next wave of projects, all we can do is keep waiting and speculating.
Blade is one of the characters many fans have been interested in seeing in the MCU, but the fact that his movie was supposed to be a PG-13 has some fans worried, who would much rather his movies be closer to R. – note. That said, both Marvel Studios Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness and Sony Morbius have shown that PG-13 films can be pushed quite far when it comes to fantasy horror and violence.
Although this is an all-new iteration of Blade, inevitable comparisons will be drawn to the Wesley Snipes trilogy based on the character. Snipes has already given Ali his blessing as a new version of the vampire hunter. Like everyone else, he can’t wait to see exactly how Blade will fit into the MCU’s narrative. Having already made his vocal debut in Eternalsit seems likely his solo movie will take him around the same time as he warns Kit Harrington’s Dane Whitman of the dangers of the Ebony Blade.