Aaron Pierre Joins Mahershala Ali in Marvel’s ‘Blade The Vampire Slayer’

Krypton star Aaron Pierre joins Mahershala Ali in Blade, the Vampire Slayer for Marvel.

The Underground Railroad  star Aaron Pierre joins Mahershala Ali in Marvel’s ‘Blade, The Vampire Slayer’ . Image Source- Amazon Prime

Marvel’s Blade Reboot, which was announced with Mahershala Ali in title role during San Diego Comic-Con 2019, has picked up some pace now. The process of joining the cast with the project has begun. However, Delroy Lindo, best known for Netflix’s The Harder They Fall joined the film last November. In this context, Krypton TV series star Aaron is associated with Marvel’s Blade the Vampire Slayer.

What role Aaron Pierre will play in the film is not yet known. Marvel Studios’ work on ‘Blade The Vampire Slayer’ was just too natural. Apparently, Mahershala Ali’s voice was teased in the post credits scene of ‘Eternals’ that released last year. The production for the film will start from July this year. HBO’s Watchmen series writer Stacy Osei-Kuffour has written the script for the film. Bassam Tariq, who is best known for Mogul Mowgli will direct the film.

Famous iconic comics character Blade by the same name was first introduced to the film world in 1998 by Marvel Studio. Wesley Snipes played the main character of Blade in this film. Stephen Norrington was the director of that feature. It was a great start for Marvel Studios. Though, Only 3 parts of the Blade film series were made. Wesley was heavily swindled as a Blade. But this series of Blade film ended in 2004.

Aaron Pierre has impressed a lot through acting in a very short time. Aaron Pierre has made a special place in the hearts of the audience since the first season of Krypton, based on the DC Comics book. In this context, the actor also worked in Amazon’s mini TV series The Underground Railroad. He also appeared in the M. Night Shyamalan’s horror thriller ‘Old’.

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