Marvel’s Blade Movie Might Have Found Its Director

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Well, it seems as though Marvel Studios might have finally found its director for the upcoming Blade movie, which has been a long time coming.

According to Deadline, Marvel has tapped Bassam Tariq to direct their upcoming Blade film.

He’s an up-and-coming director and his last film earned a lot of plaudits.

The film was Mogul Mowgli which featured an incredible performance from Riz Ahmed.

Does this also mean that Ahmed could be cast in the MCU?

Well, that’s a possibility.

However, I do have to say that Deadline was keen to stress that they are still ‘in talks’ and it could all fall through at the last minute.

I really hope not because I actually think this would be a perfect choice.

Blade is getting close to getting a director

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Read more: Marvel’s Blade Movie Set To Start Production Later This Year

I also wonder how much say Mahershala Ali has over the choice of director.

I’d imagine a lot since he basically got this film off the ground by telling Kevin Feige that he wanted to play Blade in the MCU.

It’s perfect casting if you ask me!

I really cannot wait to see this film.

It was revealed by Kevin Feige that the film wasn’t going to be R-rated.

That did upset a number of the fans and I myself think it might be a bit of a mistake as far as Marvel’s concerned.

I just cannot see how the film would do a character like Blade justice in a PG-13 film.

What do you make of this news?

Are you looking forward to getting to watching this MCU Blade movie?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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