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MCU Fans Faint at Rumor ‘the Boys’ Star Will Play Blade’s Dracula

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Marvel Cinematic Universe followers are wanting fairly pale after listening to the information that The Boys‘ Anthony Starr will portray the legendary vampire Dracula in the forthcoming Mahershala Ali-starring Blade movie.

In the satirical superhero show The Boys, Starr plays Homelander, a superpowered figurehead for a shady pharmaceutical company who publicly touts himself as that world’s model of Superman however secretly is a majorly broken villain himself. As such, Starr might most likely pull off a deliciously maniacal Dracula if the rumor pans out.

The rumor originated from a purported record of scoops on the r/MarvelStudiosSpoilers Reddit web page, which supposedly confirmed numerous reveals that may be at the forthcoming San Diego Comic-Con subsequent week and D23: The Official Disney Fan Club Expo in September. However, the record of “leaks” had been totally labeled as rumors, because the moderators advised readers, “As always, take this with a grain of salt.”

Nevertheless, followers instantly expressed their enthusiasm at the thought of Starr taking part in the Prince of Darkness himself.

“I’ll never complain about Anthony Starr in the MCU,” one Twitter consumer stated.

Another fan appeared considerably ambivalent at the information, unable to make heads or tails of the rumor.

“Anthony Starr as Dracula would slapp soo hard,” one other Twitter consumer wrote whereas additionally lamenting the rumored exit of Elodie Yung as Elektra in Daredevil.

For one fan, the thought of Starr as Nosferatu was like reaching a better airplane of existence, apparently.

Another Twitter consumer referred to as BS on your entire record of supposed “leaks,” declaring how there can be no approach that The Marvels post-credit scene might get revealed at a comic book book conference of all locations and approach earlier than it’s anticipated to hit theaters.

Another fan contended that Starr taking up the a part of a one-time villain can be a waste of expertise.

However, one more Twitter consumer was excited at the prospect, tweeting to Starr himself, “man you gon kill that s**t!!!!”

Who is aware of if the rumors are true or not about Starr becoming a member of the MCU, although that may be a delightfully ironic little bit of casting contemplating The Boys does a lot to mock the cinematic franchise. What is for certain is that Ali will certainly play the titular position when Blade finally involves theaters greater than a year from now.

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