Wesley Snipes Says Ball Is In Marvel’s Court For More Blade

The actor and fans want more Blade but it's up to Kevin Feige and the MCU.


Will we ever see Blade again? If Wesley Snipes has anything to say about it, the answer is yes.

Snipes took to Twitter to stay Blade is still a possibility — at least for him.

“When it comes to another BLADE, there’s always a possibility,” Snipes said.

Wesley Snipes then followed up the tweet with, “Balls in Marvels court…”

Snipes starred in the Blade franchise back in the 90s which netted over a billion dollars in revenue.

It’s rumored/speculated Blade may show up in some form on the Marvel Netflix series, quite possibly as a female version.

The Blade movies are a series of action-horror films based on the Marvel Comics character Blade, a vampire hunter who is half human and half vampire.

Blade (1998): Directed by Stephen Norrington and starring Wesley Snipes as the titular character, Blade. The movie follows Blade’s quest to rid the world of vampires, led by the powerful vampire Deacon Frost, who seeks to summon an ancient vampire god. The film was a commercial success and is argued to have helped kickstart the modern era of superhero films.

Blade II (2002): Directed by Guillermo del Toro, this sequel sees Blade team up with a group of vampires to combat a new breed of vampire that threatens both humans and vampires alike.

Blade: Trinity (2004): Directed by David S. Goyer, who also wrote the screenplay, the third flick follows Blade as he joins forces with a group of vampire hunters known as the Nightstalkers to take down the powerful vampire Dracula, who has been resurrected in the modern world. The film also introduces the character Hannibal King, played by Ryan Reynolds, and Abigail Whistler, played by Jessica Biel.

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