The departure of director Bassam Tariq (Mogul Mowgli) before production began meant that the reboot around the human-vampire Blade stopped, a slowdown that as a domino effect brought date changes of Marvel titles on the way. However, Kevin Feige has found a substitute: Yann Demangewhose letter of introduction was the tense and estimable ‘71.
Deadline informs of the signing of Demange, and adds that his proposal would have excited the executives of the company. The entry of Demange also means that of a new screenwriter, Michael Starrbury, so Beau DeMayo falls. The one who of course remains is Mahersala Ali, who will take over from Wesley Snipes in one of his iconic characters.
The American medium points out that the reactivation of the project could mean that its moment in the calendar is moved, with the premiere for now scheduled for September 6, 2024. Production begins next year in Atlanta. Deadline It also indicates that the idea of Marvel involves applying a darker tone (a claim that constitutes a classic) in contrast to what is usual in the works of his universe, an approach that fits the antihero.
It never hurts to claim the first two films of Bladethe original by Stephen Norrington (1998)with Stephen Dorff as a villain and with memorable moments such as the rain of blood at the disco, and the second signed by a Guillermo del Toro (2002) that came to surprise with mimic and that later I would highlight with hellboy. Despite the contributions of Jessica Biel and Ryan Reynolds, better forget nevertheless Blade. Trinitythe closing trilogy perpetrated by David S. Goyer in 2004.
As indicated, Demange became known with ‘71 (2014), thriller alluding to the social situation in Northern Ireland by the action of the IRA that, carried out in 1971, showed a British soldier alone and in danger on the streets of Belfast. It starred Jack O’Connell, accompanied in the cast by Sam Reid and Sean Harris.
The new director of Blade also has to his credit White Boy Rick (2018), with Matthew McConaughey, I participate in lovecraft territory and is behind the new versionin series mode for HBO Max, from scannersDavid Cronenberg’s classic.
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