On a leaked production list, magazines appear to have an early list of upcoming Marvel Studios movie reboots, starring Mahershala Ali as Daywalker.
That document was shared on Twitter by user Moviebuff1219. He describes Blade Marvel Studios as “active development.” He lists many key figures from the production, including director Bassam Tariq, screenwriter Stacy Osei-Kuffour, producer Kevin Feige, and star Ali and Delroy Lindo.
The supposed summary of the new Blade movie will surely make people familiar with the character’s original Marvel comics or previous film adaptations. “Half human, half vampire, ‘Daywalker’ Eric Brooks (Ali) has honed his skills in hunting the undead who have long feared humanity,” he read. “Ever since he was born tragically as a human vampire hybrid, Blade has lived a long life cleansing the world of vampires like the one who killed his mother. Over the years, he has learned his style of fighting monsters. All kinds.”
The list also explains that Blade is expected to begin production at Atlanta’s Trilith Studios in the late summer of 2022 when it first broke out. Lindo’s casting news earlier this month. This appears to reveal the official Twitter Tweet India tweet, created (and quickly deleted) in October and listed on Blade’s release date of October 7, 2022.
The Eric Brooks / Blade character, created by Marv Wolfman and Gene Colan, first appeared in The Tomb of Dracula # 10 in 1973. Eric Brooks made his first live appearance in 1998 with Wesley Snipes in the role of Vampire in the New Line Cinema movie. Lama. Snipes then re-performed his roles as Blade in Blade II in 2002 and Blade: Trinity in 2004.
The TV show Blade: The Series followed the Blade movie trilogy, in which Kirk “Sticky Fingaz” Jones again played the role of Eric Brooks. Magazines: The Spike Series ran in a 13-episode season from June to September 2006.
At the San Diego Comic-Con 2019, the character mentioned above confirmed that Marvel Studios is developing a remake of the Blade movie as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, starring Ali. This is the second significant live-action role for Ali, who previously played Cornell’s lead antagonist “Cottonmouth” Stokes in the first season of Luke Cage Marvel on Netflix 2016.
Ali technically made his Marvel debut earlier this month, appearing as Blade in the Eternals post-credits scene. “It was scary,” Ali said of the cameo shortly after Eternals hit theaters. “Because, you know, you talk before the filming. I’m pretty precise about my decisions, like most actors, and that’s why I had to make decisions – even a line, so strong – fast enough to be successful. . Very serious.” Fear. And this worked. It’s like, “Okay, it’s happening now,” you know, and it’s exciting. ”
At this point, Blade does not yet have an official release date, though Feige has previously confirmed that the vampire-centered reboot will not be part of the fourth phase of MCU.