The action-movie veteran talked at Comic-Con International about returning to television in the new NBC thriller, and his “favorable discussions” with Marvel about Blade.
A new report contends the 52-year-old actor is set to don the shades and leather trench coat for a fourth time as Marvel’s vampire hunter.
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The Expendables 3 actor points to his time as the day-walking vampire hunter as the launch point for Marvel’s current success.
A new report indicates that, in addition to the previously mentioned Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, Black Panther and Runaway projects, Marvel has scripts for a Blade reboot and a Captain Marvel feature.
Finally, some good news for Disney in a year that’s seen John Carter bring some ridiculously heavy clouds to the skies over the Magic Kingdom just for being a (relative) flop: Marvel’s The Avengers looks like it’s going to be a big hit, with pre-release tracking giving it an opening weekend of somewhere in the region of $125 million. Impressive? Sure. But also, just maybe a little low…?
Blade, the final chapter in Marvel’s series of original anime, will premiere Friday, Jan. 13 on G4. Lost alum Harold Perrineau stars as the voice of Eric Brooks in the Madhouse-produced adaptation.
The actor still hopes to turn his Blade villain Deacon Frost into a franchise character all of his own, though legal issues could stand in his way.
The star of the Blade movie trilogy is heading to prison after a federal judge rejected his latest appeal of his 2008 conviction for failing to file tax returns. In the order revoking Wesley Snipes’ $1-million bail, the judge wrote, “The time has come for the judgment to be enforced.”
The four Marvel Anime series produced by Madhouse Studios and written by Warren Ellis — Iron Man, Wolverine, X-Men and Blade — will air next year on G4TV. Each series is 12 episodes.