A Blade Writer Saw The Wild Script Rumor And Shared His Thoughts (Then Deleted Them)


As Marvel’s current direction comes under question, a huge rumor emerged about Blade being the third or fourth biggest character in his MCU debut. The speculation led to the Marvel fandom questioning the troubled production’s pre-strike direction. Now, a Balde writer has emerged to share his thoughts on the wild script rumor.

Film writer and producer Michael Starrbury hopped on his X (formerly known as Twitter) account (via Comic Book Movie) to set the record straight about the MCU reboot. Although he has since deleted both the tweet and his account overall. Starrbury replaced original Balde scribe Stacy Osei-Kuffour late last year when Yann Demange joined as Blade‘s director. He worked on the rewrite for months, and was replaced before the writers’ strike began. Since departing the project, he has kept silent on the rumors until now. The Hollywood scribe answered a recent report on the upcoming movie, saying:

I worked on a draft of this before the strike. Never saw a version where Blade was 4th lead or it was a ‘narrative led by women and filled with life lessons’ but I suppose a lot could have happened since I had anything to do with it. He was in 99% of the scripts [when] I was a part of.

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