Disney India on Tuesday announced its upcoming slate featuring Marvel movies and the long-awaited James Cameron Avatar sequel. But one thing stands out: both the official press release and the tweet posted by Marvel India are set for the upcoming Blade Reboot October 7, 2022 release. This information has not been previously announced.
The new Blade film directed by Oscar winner Maharshala Ali and Bassam Tariq introduces the character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is possible that he was always in a guest role in the previous film. Blade previously starred in three Wesley Snips films before the MCU era.
The sixth person to direct the film for Bassam Tariq Marvel, along with Ryan Kugler, Close Zhao, Destin Cretton, Taika Vityti and Nia Dacosta, will make studio efforts to diversify both the front and back of the camera.
The full slate is here:
Last duel – 22 October
Ron made a mistake – October 29
Permanent – 5 November
Charm – 26 November
West Side Story – 10 December
The Kings Man – December 24
Death in the Nile – February 11
Turns red – March 11
Dr. Strange: Multiverse of Madness – 25 March
Thor: Love and Thunder – May 6
Light Year-17 June
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – July 8
Blade – 7 October
Miracles – 11 November
Avatar Sequel – December 16
“Disney will always be at the forefront of innovative and immersive storytelling and we are committed to bringing unique stories to entertain audiences across the country. In the coming months there will be an amazing slate in the eyes of many superheroes. The new phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe begins with the release of Eternals this Diwali. Content is a key medium to bring together, and we look forward to creating magic on the big screen once again with our diverse and exciting film content, ”said Bikram Duggal, Vice President and Head of Studios, Star & Disney India.
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Despite rumors that Akshay Kumar has been claiming over long-delayed Suryavanshi theaters and showtimes, the Slate statement confirms that Eternals, which is slated to release in India for Diwali for several weeks, will not budge.