Werewolf by Night was nearly as well-kept a secret as the existence of a Black Widow movie at Marvel Studios. Finally, the corporation admitted its existence and displayed the first trailer at the recent D23 convention.
The black-and-white special will have a particular aesthetic reminiscent of vintage horror movies. They appear to have nailed that component, at least. Although spectators never saw the Werewolf, fans got their first look at him in the teaser. In addition, Laura Donnelly portrayed Man-Thing and Elsa Bloodstone. However, if one examines the teaser more closely, it appears that another Character receives a few frames.
Did the Werewolf create Nosferatu? So much to take in from the Werewolf by Night trailer, including a fleeting sight of Man-Thing. There is, however, a potential surprise that should have been depicted in the fresh video. A frightening creature can be seen in what looks like a tank if you look at each frame of the brief event.
Marvel – Who might it be, though? This could be Nosferatu from the MCU based only on Maximilian Marvel’s theory and appearance.
For those who don’t know, Nosferatu is a comic book character who is precisely what one might expect: a vampire from the distant past. He has only made a few appearances, and in Bloodstone from 2002, he was initially introduced. Since then, he has only been in three stories.
His abilities are essentially the same as those of a vampire: increased strength, endurance, and immortality coupled with a thirst for human blood. He is also the head of the Nosferatu, an old order of vampires.
The villain is ultimately defeated after Elsa Bloodstone heals his vampirism. She finally knocks his ancient, decaying skull off his shoulders with a punch. The fact that Elsa Bloodstone, played by Laura Donnelly, is a central figure in the upcoming unique makes this relationship even more plausible.
When thinking about this potential revelation, the first thing that comes to mind is how it seems like the ideal setup for Mahershala Ali’s Blade movie, given that he plays a vampire hunter and all. Whether Blade will appear on screen in Werewolf has yet to be discovered. According to a new rumor, Marvel Studios initially intended to execute this, but Ali could not make it work because of schedule issues.
It’s unfortunate to hear, if true. But, on the other hand, to see that character appear in front of a group of monster-hunting allies would be a lovely sight.