Blade doesn’t need an R rating, says Wesley Snipes

Blade is about to get a new movie, and Wesley Snipes, the character’s former interpreter, talks about the care you should have with the franchise.

talking to the comicbook.com, Wesley Snipes says that a movie blade It doesn’t have to be R-rated to be good, but it has to have a consistent narrative that is faithful to the character’s backstory.

“I think this kind of story lends itself to a wide range of dialogue and situations. Both for adults and young people. I don’t know, it looks like the R and PG-13 rating level is dropping now as 13 year olds seem to speak words better than adults.” – It says snipes.

“As long as it’s true and organic to its subject plot and the world it’s created, if there’s consistency, I think it’s okay to be PG-13.” – Complete the actor.

According to information from Production Listprincipal photography on Blade will begin on July 4th, and Marvel Studios will utilize two locations in the coming months: Atlanta and New Orleans.

Recently, Damian Garcia was set as director of photography. His best-known works are Narcos: Mexico, by Netflix, and the feature film Wild land starring Charlie Hunnam (King Arthur: Legend of the Sword) and Jack O’Donnell (Invincible).

Blade remains without a premiere date, and will bring Bassam Tariq (Mogul Mowgli) at the wheel, while Stacy Osei-Kuffour (Watchmen) handles the script‎‎.

Mahershala Ali (True Detective), Delroy Lindo (Blood Detachment) and Aaron Pierre (Time) are confirmed in the cast.