If there’s any indication for a Blade Reboot, it would be in the Disney Investor Day. These days hold meetings that bring to light if reboots are coming, or if entirely new IPs are on the way. A reboot has been rumored, for Blade, to be arriving as early as 2022.
Right now it’s a big next couple years for Marvel, as always. With all the new movies and next editions to many series’ coming just around the corner after the lockdown, many people don’t see a Blade Reboot on the horizon. However, the Disney Investor Day had other things to say.
When will the Blade Reboot come out?
While there’s nothing exactly concrete about the Blade Reboot, looking at what has been said will give us some clues. We may yet see the Daywalker again. The list of what is coming up in Marvel’s docket indicates that Blade will be coming to theaters in 2022. Also arriving that year is Black Panther 2 and Captain Marvel 2.
Here is how we figured this out. If you take a look at the dates these movies release exactly, you’ll see a gap. A tendency. The program guide ensures to us that the titles are going to be out in chronological order. Blade would have to be done pretty quickly though, considering the fact that it only has so long before it’s phantom release date is here. With this anticipated release, 2022 is going to be a huge year for Marvel, giving us movies additionally like Thor: Love and Thunder along with Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Who will be in this reboot?
Right now details about that are even more slim. The only confirmed arrival will me Mahershala Ali. He has been the only announced, full fledged actor for the estimated film. Otherwise the film is a tightly wound slot, lock and key.
Blade fans were disappointed when they left that Investor Day, expecting a full announcement to be underway. However, with everything that is going on in the Marvel Cinematic Universe this coming 2022, we’re lucky to even have Blade anticipated to be arriving in the next couple years.
Ali did however, leave a statement to taper us off.
“Since they were having conversations about bringing it back into being, I just wanted to be considered for it because I had definitely a connection, at least in my mind, to Wesley Snipes going back to high school. I just brought it up as someone who really wanted to take on that [Blade] role and tackle that…I love that it’s darker,” he said. “That’s all in terms of tone. He’s a little bit darker than some of the other ones and so that element was attractive to me.”