In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, There Was a Thrilling Filming Replacement Blade Film in Mcu. Know More About the Movie Here!

While most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is planned out and largely fixed in stone for the next few years, a few major new entrants are still up in the air in terms of production and release.

Deadpool 3 is now in development, and Marvel is on the lookout for a new director for Incredible 4, but this group also includes Mahershala Ali’s Blade.

Blade has been on the MCU’s radar for over three years, as studio president Kevin Feige announced the project with Ali at Comic-Con in San Diego in 2019. Since then, Basim Tariq has come on to helm the picture for Marvel Studios, and Stacy Osei-Kuffour has taken over as its chief writer, although Blade remains primarily a thriller outside of these developments.

Despite the fact that Marvel is over 18 months into Part 4, Blade still has a production schedule or any indication of when it will be released in theatres. While nothing is confirmed, a recent rumour suggests that the project might begin sooner rather than later.

Marvel Studios has reportedly decided to begin filming Mahershala Ali’s Blade on July 4, with production taking place in Atlanta, Georgia and New Orleans, Louisiana, according to MarvdlProduction Listing.

Because it is a federal holiday, this is unlikely to be the exact day Blade begins operations, although manufacture might begin as early as Tuesday, July 5.

If this report is accurate, the MCU isn’t far away from delving into its supernatural storyline, as the series brings a vampire to life on the big screen in the number one spot.
Following Mahershala Ali’s vocal cameo in the post-credits sequence of Eternals, fans had been eagerly anticipating any news regarding when he will make his first complete appearance on screen.

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There are even speculations that he will show up earlier than that, but the fact that his own solo picture is almost ready to start is exciting news in and of itself.


If production begins in a month, it is feasible that it will continue in New Orleans and Atlanta at least through the end of 2022, and more than likely until the beginning of 2023. Combining that timeline with only a few months of post-production work may give fans a better idea of when Blade will really release in cinemas after that work is completed.

At one point, reports said that Blade was looking for an October 2022 release date, which would coincide with Halloween, but the same timeframe might potentially be a viable goal for 2023. However, once Eric Brooks and his team get things going, the picture will become clearer.

Despite the fact that Marvel has been working on Part 4 for almost 18 months, there is still no word on when it will be released in theatres. While nothing has been proven, there is a current rumor that the project will start sooner rather than later.

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