Wesley Snipes’ Blade Is Not Dead Yet

Wesley Snipes talked with Comic Book Resources about the return of Blade and if that return would be in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Snipes also hinted Marvel may have another character in mind for the actor.

“Well, we’ve had some discussions. We have had very positive and favorable discussions about the Blade character and other things they have in mind. We’ll see where it goes. For those Blade fans, if we never reprise Blade, I have another character that will stand toe to toe with Blade any day. It’s not done yet,” said Snipes to CBR.

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Worldwide Gross:
Blade (1998) – $131,183,530 (budget n/a)
Blade II (2002) – $155,020,032 ($54 million budget)
Blade: Trinity (2004) – $128,905,366 ($65 million budget)

Matthew Sardo
Matthew Sardo
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