While the majority of the films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe can be found streaming on Disney+, those that were made by other studios before the existence of the MCU are scattered across other services. Major services like Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu and Peacock have all played home to these films from time to time, and an entirely trilogy is on the move again this month. In April, all three original Blade films are making their way to Netflix.
On Wednesday, Netflix revealed the lineup of movies and TV shows coming to the service over the course of April, and all three Blade films were mentioned. Blade, Blade II, and Blade: Trinity will all be added to the roster on April 1st.
The first Blade movie arrived in 1998, while the sequels followed in 2002 and 2004. While Wesley Snipes starred as the titular vampire hunter in all three movies, they each had a different director. Stephen Norrington helmed the first film while Guillermo del Toro came in for the sequel. Franchise screenwriter David S. Goyer took over as director for Blade: Trinity.
The movies in the Blade trilogy are just a few of the titles coming to Netflix at the start of the month. Here's the full list of titles hitting the service on April 1st:
A Cinderella Story
Abby Hatcher: Season 2
Any Given Sunday
The Blind Side
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
Catch and Release
CoComelon: Season 5
Full Metal Jacket
Heartland Season 14
How to Train Your Dragon
New York Minute
The Nut Job
Polly Pocket: Season 4: Part 1: Summer of Fun
Puss in Boots
Rumor Has It...
Saving Private Ryan
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Shrek Forever After
Something's Gotta Give
We The Animals
Apollo 10 1/2: A Space Age Childhood -- NETFLIX FILM
Battle: Freestyle -- NETFLIX FILM
The Bubble -- NETFLIX FILM
Captain Nova -- NETFLIX FAMILY
Celeb Five: Behind the Curtain -- NETFLIX COMEDY
Forever Out of My League -- NETFLIX FILM
Get Organized with The Home Edit: Season 2 -- NETFLIX SERIES
The Last Bus -- NETFLIX FAMILY
Tomorrow -- NETFLIX SERIES
Trivia Quest -- NETFLIX SERIES (new episodes daily)
Are you excited to check out the Blade films on Netflix next month? Let us know in the comments!