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- Feb 3, 2004
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- Sam Favate
That's at least a year delay in releasing it, and seeing how Fantastic Four has the Nov. '24 slot, Blade is looking at sometime in 2025 at the earliest.
This seems like good news for the project.Production rumored to start in May.
Marvel's Blade Reboot Gets New Start Date Amid Production IssuesA new rumor indicated when the upcoming Blade movie will start production.thedirect.com
Stephen Dorff should be working all the time (he was remarkable in True Detective) and I think it's super funny that he's out there publicly trashing Marvel movies BUT to say that no one is going to remember them is nuts- they're the equivalent of the Star Wars OT for today's audiences. I will agree with him that nobody's going to remember (DC's) Black Adam though.Stephen Dorff doesn't approve of this.
"All this other garbage is just embarrassing, you know what I mean? I mean, God bless them, they're making a bunch of money, but their movies suck [laughs]. And nobody's going to remember them. Nobody's remembering 'Black Adam' at the end of the day...
Stephen Dorff doesn't approve of this.
I didn’t approve of Stephen Dorff speaking for me (when he said I won’t “remember them”).
What's funny to me is that Stephen Dorff (again, an actor I like) is not even remotely close to the level of Scorsese or Coppola but he's still talking massive amounts of smack.This is what I don't get. Not everybody has to like Marvel movies. That's fine. I don't need Stephen Dorff or Martin Scorsese or Francis Ford Coppola or fill-in-the-blank-celebrity to like the same things that I like.
This is what I don't get. Not everybody has to like Marvel movies. That's fine. I don't need Stephen Dorff or Martin Scorsese or Francis Ford Coppola or fill-in-the-blank-celebrity to like the same things that I like. Their disapproval is their business but doesn't change my fandom. Of course everyone is going to have their own opinion and that is fine. But anytime a big name Hollywood person comes out and bashes these things, it feels so useless to me.
If a reporter has to ask for their feelings on Marvel or DC or whatever, they could just say, "Those movies are not for me" and move on. It doesn't really serve any purpose for them to make a whole thing about it, especially when they have worked with so many actors and crew members who have also chosen to work on the films they're bashing. The reporters are just fishing for clickbait, and the person being interviewed shouldn't want to dwell on it. Wouldn't it be more interesting and valuable for them to talk about whatever thing they are there to promote instead of going on a tirade against other movies they are not involved in?