Blade is likely to be a Marvel superhero, and Marvel movies would possibly are likely to reside (lately) on Disney+, however you will not discover Wesley Snipe’s iteration of the character anyplace close to the family-friendly streamer. That is as a result of the Blade movies got here out a very long time earlier than the Mouse Home and Marvel’s fates turned intertwined, and thus, the rights to the unique trilogy belong to New Line Cinema — which, itself, lives underneath the large umbrella of Warner Bros. Leisure. That implies that the Wesley Snipes incarnation of Blade can now be streamed on HBO Max, alongside all of the DC superheroes, and WB’s entire upcoming 2021 slate. An HBO Max subscription will run you $14.99 a month, however fortunately, the streaming service contains all three movies — that is Blade, Blade II, and Blade: Trinity — so you will not need to bounce onto some other streamers to get the complete story.
Now, as a result of the Blade trilogy is on HBO Max, that additionally means you will not discover it on Netflix anymore. Should you’re not down for HBO, although, you do have the choice of buying or renting digital copies of the movies on Amazon Prime Video. The identical is true of Vudu, which additionally carries all three films. In the meantime, again within the 2020 Halloween season, the trilogy was obtainable on Hulu, however on the time of this writing (January 2021), the one film that the streamer nonetheless carries is Blade: Trinity.
After all, as die-hard Blade followers know, there’s one different factor that comes after the trilogy — and that is Blade: The Collection, which noticed a brand new actor taking up Snipes’ position. Streaming the TV present, sadly, is a completely completely different course of from streaming the flicks.