We already heard about Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and The Runaways, but what three other characters are in development?
Marvel Studios' stable of superheroes has picked up three more characters.
Long before vampires were sparkly lover boys ala Twilight, the blood-sucking undead were classic horror baddies—and do-gooders have been killing them on the big and small screen for decades.
The news on Guillermo Del Toro's (Hellboy) new Hulk television series has been few and far between, and now it seems to be stuck in a holding pattern for the immediate future. Lucky for us, he has a few other superheroes in mind he'd like to bring to the small screen.
Back before vampires were sparkly, sexy love interests, the living dead were one of the most iconic villians in history. And what does every baddie need? A slayer to take them down. This massive infographic breaks down 10 slayers' tools of choice, weaknesses, and most importantly—how quickly they could take out that famed Twilight vamp.
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Wesley Snipes won't let a little thing like prison stop his career. He's still got moves to make and one of them includes the infamous Daywalker aka Blade.
With that awesome sword of his, Blade's always been a bit of a samurai, right? So it makes sense that the vampire hybrid is being turned into an anime. Check out a new promo for the Japanese animated series, which we're simply calling Blade, which has debuted online.
The Wire veteran Idris Elba, who'll next be seen alongside Chris Hemsworth's Thunder God in 2011's Thor, wants a crack at Marvel's resident vampire slayer AND their ass-kicker. Fine with us.
Word is that original Blade helmer Stephen Norrington is developing the prequel.