8 comments on “Blade 4 needs to get made ASAP by Marvel Studios

  1. I’m with another Blade if done right, you get that back on the big screen as well as Black Panther and now you’re talking.

  2. I wouldn’t mind seeing another Blade. Part 2 is one of this century’s best vampire flick regardless of genre. Part 3, not so much. Still, I don’t hate it like I once did. The interesting thing in all this is I’ve always thought Snipes would make a great Black Panther. Sadly, he’s probably too old to get the part. Same goes for my next choice, Michael Jai White.

    • The only thing I really don’t like about Blade: Trinity is Dracula is so miscast he doesn’t seem like a real threat.

      I’d still want Jai White to play Luke Cage!

    • Yeah Wesley would have been a very good choice for T’Challa 15-20 years ago and MJW wouldn’t have been too bad either 15-20 years ago. But Djimon Hounsou and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje would have been even better choices, but unfortunately all of those brothers are too old for the role now. However they still could be in the film in another capacity, that’s for sure. I’ve been saying for a while that Chadwick Boseman, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Gbenga Akinnagbe, David Oyelowo and Aldis Hodge are the best fits for the role. Obviously whoever plays T’Challa can’t be too old, but he should be seasoned and not too young either, that’s why I think late mid 20’s to mid 30’s sounds just about right.

      • What has Gbenga been in? He’s unfamiliar to me.
        I’d like to think Marvel is starting to narrow down its selections for T’Challa. Gotta figure Boseman is near or at the top of the list.

      • Gbenga played the bully who was after Bow Wow in his winning ticket in “Lottery Ticket”, but he’s most known for his role as a drug henchman in “The Wire”, surprised you don’t remember that Jeff. It might not be much to it, but I seen an interview with Chadwick Boseman on a radio show that aired yesterday where he was asked about his rumored role of Black Panther and he just kept saying I know nothing about it and laughed it off. One comment that really struck me as interesting is when he and another guy said ‘Until a contract is signed on the dotted line it’s nothing to say’, which leads me to believe that not only is he on Marvel’s radar for the title role, but he’s most likely their man and they’re just probably hammering out paper work like how many films he will sign on for, but that’s just a calculated guess by me and I could be wrong.

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