We’re only a few weeks away from the release of Werewolf by Night, Marvel Studios’ first exploration of the horror and will pay tribute to the classic Universal monster era. It being part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe opens up the possibility that we’ll see even more from that corner of the world, especially with Blade on the horizon. Luckily, The Direct got a chance in an interview executive producer Brian Gay, who teased that we’ve not seen the last of these beastly creatures.
I think one of the very cool things about the special is it’s just peeling back the corner of monsters in the MCU, right? So there’s not just the monsters that are part of Werewolf by Night, but the ones that were up on the wall, there’s some of that artwork as well. What all this lends to is the idea that for centuries there have been monsters within the world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and they’ve been being tracked or hunted or kept at bay by these hunters.Brian Gay
It interestingly opens up the possibility that perhaps the events of this special could unleash the beasts upon the MCU as the hunters face their biggest threat yet. Perhaps even Blade is not a vampire hunter in the traditional sense but generally acts as a monster hunter in the MCU.
And I think, well, we don’t know exactly where they’ll pop up next, the idea is that, with this wide swath of different species and types, they’re going to pop up again. You’re going to see these guys in different ways, of course.Brian Gay
It’ll be interesting to see how they further explore this part of the MCU and how it might even potentially tie into the Multiverse Saga. Of course, they may be purposefully setting up concepts and ideas that don’t become relevant until future phases but it does seem curious how they are tackling this project and what it might mean for just how crazy the MCU becomes.
Source: The Direct