Blade Movie is set to start filming in the summer of 2022

As anyone who actually cares a little, knows by now, an unexpected surprise appeared in one of the post-credit scenes for Eternal. In the scene we see Dane Whitman (Kit Harington) admires Ebony Blade, and as he reaches out to touch it after a self-pep talk, an external voice asks, “Sure you’re ready for that, Mr. Whitman?” That, of course, was confirmed Mahershala Ali‘s Blade, which caused some confusion among fans: while Marvel India had reportedly leaked that his film is set to be released in October next year, but no one expected to hear from him so soon.

Now, according to industry magazine Production Weekly, there’s another key on the way: the film is not set to be shot until late summer 2022 in Atlanta, which would certainly rule out the previously rumored release in October. It looks like we’ll have to wait a little longer for any potential fights with Whitman’s Black Knight.

According to the synopsis given by Production Weekly, the MCUs Blade will stay close to his cartoon roots: “The human-vampire hybrid since his tragic birth, Blade has spent his long time seeking to rid the world of vampires like the one who killed his mother. Over the years, he has mastered his own style of to fight all kinds of monsters, “it sounds. It sounds like a really good time for us. Last week, The Hollywood Reporter reported it Gives 5 bloodDelroy Lindo had joined the cast in a role yet to be determined.



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Also reported in this issue of Production Weekly are production dates for two other long-awaited MCU projects. Werewolf By Night, The Disney + Halloween special, arriving for the 2022 season, is set to be filmed between February and March next year. The details are sparse on the project plot, except that it gets the lead role Gael Garcia Bernal in what we might assume to be the eponymous role as Werewolf by Night, a moniker used by a few heroes in the Marvel cartoon.

Echo, another series set to hit Disney + over the next year or two as a spin-off to the now-running one Hawkeye, is also set for a production date in early 2022, to be recorded in Atlanta in April. It could indicate that the show is coming earlier than fans expect, with a premiere in late 2022 or early 2023 that is more than possible. Not much is known about the plot of this one either, except that it will focus on Echo, a deaf Native American character played by Alaqua Cox in Hawkeye.

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