Wesley Snipes elaborates on a viral tweet he sent recently showing support for his "Blade" replacement Mahershala Ali.
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Kevin Feige’s announcement of Marvel Studios’ Phase 4 was one of the biggest stories to come out of San Diego Comic Con this year. While there was only a tease about “Guardians of the Galaxy 3,” franchise star Chris Pratt is definitely excited about the latest updates to the universe. “Oh my God, I cannot […]
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Wesley Snipes is known for responding to fan questions on Twitter, and one earlier this week about blackface grabbed his attention.
"Wouldn't be as cool, let me tell you that," Wesley Snipes says of the idea of a white Blade.
Long before there was an official Marvel Cinematic Universe, there was Blade, the half-vampire, half-human warrior played by Wesley Snipes whose mission in life was to hunt bloodthirsty vampires. Snipes’s trilogy of Blade films was a cut above — particularly 2002’s Guillermo Del Toro-helmed Blade II — and with the comic-book studio now populating both movies and TV with its numerous heroes, the question has arisen as to when Blade might finally make his proper MCU return.
Back before the Marvel Cinematic Universe was even a twinkle in Kevin Feige’s eye, Wesley Snipes was hunting vampires as Blade, the comic company’s first real successful big-screen hero. “Our conversations with Marvel have pretty good, they’ve been productive,” Snipes told Yahoo while discussing his new TV show, The Player, at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday. “We talked about Blade, we talked about a couple of other things.