Among the Marvel news that made fans feel at San Diego Comic-Con was also the one who announced the entry into the Blade Cinematographic Universe of Blade, one of the most popular vampires on the big screen (played by Wesley Snipes in the 1998 films, 2002 and 2004). The effect was matched by the entry of Stage Mahershala Ali, who will play the character in Marvel Blade, notes indiewire.com.
The movie will only arrive in cinemas after 2022 when the latest MCU films were announced. In Comic-Con, Kevin Feige, President Marvel, has told how Blade has come to be integrated into the company’s production universe. He pointed out that Moonlight and Green Book starred in the role of defining the role, which was very interested in the role. Even if the launch of the new Blade is going to happen, as Feige has confirmed, only in the fifth phase of the MCU, there are chances that the character will appear in the next Doctor Strange movie in the Multiverse of Madness, launched in May 2021.
“For many years we have come to find a way to bring it to our universe on the Blade,” said Feige (Marvel regained the rights to the New Line Cinema character in 2013). “We love this character and that world. Now with Doctor Strange and all these supernatural elements introduced into the MCU, it seemed to us that it was the right time to explore what Mahershala proposed to us when he met with us. And when he proposes a meeting, you can not refuse. It was just after his second Academy Award. I stood politely, and when she got to the “Blade,” I immediately said “Yes!”, Feige told.
The fourth phase of the MCU will begin on May 1, 2020, with Black Widow.