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Ms. Marvel and Blade in Development at Marvel

8 May 2013 10:22 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

In addition to their growing Marvel Phase Three slate, which includes director Edgar Wright's Ant-Man, the studio is also developing feature projects for Ms. Marvel and a Blade reboot. Marvel also has plans for Doctor Strange, Iron Fist, Black Panther, and Runaways, but it isn't known if these are being developed for Phase Three or future Phases.

Back in October, we reported that Marvel was eyeing actresses Emily Blunt and Ruth Wilson to play Ms. Marvel in the Phase Two sequel The Avengers 2, but this is the first we're hearing of a stand-alone Ms. Marvel project. Carol Danvers (a.k.a. Ms. Marvel) first appeared in an 1968 issue of Marvel Super-Heroes as a U.S. Air Force member. While the character was not born with super powers, her exposure to a Kree device explosion turned her into a human-Kree hybrid.

Marvel recently re-acquired the Blade rights from New Line Cinema, »

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Flickering Myth's Greatest Comic Book Movies: #23 - Blade (1998)

4 April 2013 7:09 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Throughout April, we're counting down to the release of Marvel's Iron Man 3 with our picks for the Greatest Comic Book Movies of All Time; here's #23...

Blade, 1998.

Directed by Stephen Norrington.

Starring Wesley Snipes, Stephen Dorff, Kris Kristofferson, N'Bushe Wright, Donal Logue, Udo Kier, Arly Jover and Traci Lords.

While Bryan Singer's X-Men (2000) is generally credited with kick-starting the current superhero movie boom, it was actually Marvel's Blade who got in there first, with the Daywalker arriving on the screen two years earlier - and just one year after the disastrous Batman & Robin - thanks to director Stephen Norrington, screenwriter David S. Goyer and star Wesley Snipes.

After the success of Blade, Wesley Snipes returned for the sequels Blade II and Blade: Trinity, but turned down the opportunity to headline the subsequent small screen spin-off Blade: The Series due to an ongoing lawsuit with New Line Cinema, with Kirk »

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