Wesley Snipes returns as the day-walking vampire hunter in the explosive third and final film in the Blade franchise, Blade: Trinity. For years, Blade has fought against the vampires in the cover of night, with the world above unaware of the brutal ongoing war. But now, after falling into the crosshairs of the FBI, he is forced out into the daylight, where he is driven to join forces with a clan of human vampire hunters he never knew existed – The Nightstalkers. Together with Abigail (Jessica Biel, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and Hannibal (Ryan Reynolds), two deftly trained Nightstalkers, Blade follows a trail of blood to the an ancient creature that is also hunting him … the original vampire, Dracula. Blade: Trinity is written and directed by David S. Goyer, who has written all three films in the trilogy, based on characters created in the comic book.
It seems that Wesley Snipes could be donning the black trench coat and sword once again. Arrow In the Head recently spoke with Snipes at the junket for his upcoming film Brooklyn's Finest, and Snipes said that he might possibly come back for a fourth Blade film.Snipes said that there has been some talk about a Blade 4 and that he would be interested if the script was right.
Snipes didn't mention whether or not there is an actual script out there yet, or if someone is working on it, so it seems this is in the very early stages of development. The last film in the series, Blade: Trinity, written and directed by David S. Goyer, starred Snipes along with Kris Kristofferson, Jessica Biel, Dominic Purcell, Ryan Reynolds, Parker Posey, Ashley Scott and Steve Braun.Read More
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, New Line Home Entertainment is pulling out all the stops for its April 26th home video release Blade: Trinity with two double-disc DVD versions: one that's unrated and features 10 minutes of additional footage and an R-rated version that reflects the theatrical version.
Blade and Blade II, the first two titles in NLHE's vampire trilogy, have combined to generate an estimated $200 million in total home video sell-through and rental consumer spending, topping their combined domestic boxoffice cume of $151.6 million, according to industry sources and The Hollywood Reporter's boxoffice reports. And Trinity, starring Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson, Ryan Reynolds and Jessica Biel, also is expected to surpass its domestic boxoffice take of $52.3 million, according to executives at NLHE and buyers at retail chains like Best Buy.Read More
Blade: Trinity: In honor of this week's release of Blade: Trinity, we're giving away Blade's trademark weapon from the film!
An exacting replica of Blade's gnarly trademark weapon features dual-locking, false-edged blades crafted of combat-grade 420 stainless steel polished to a mirror finish. Authentically detailed handle is metal cast and chromed to a menacing glint. Includes custom table or wall-mount wood display stand embellished with Blades script insignia medallion. Glaive measures 10" open; 5 3/4" closed. Display Stand measures 10 1/2" x 7 1/2" x 3/4". Mounting hardware included.Read More
Jessica Biel and Ryan Reynolds talk Blade: Trinity!
Blade: Trinity opens today.Read More
You've written all three films in the trilogy, what did you want to bring to this film that wasn't brought in the two other films as a director?
Goyer: I think it's a natural progression. I started getting involved with some producing just as a way of getting closer to the directing process, to prepare myself. Cravenly, me becoming a producer on Blade II was to give me more of an excuse to be in the editing room, to ask Guillermo questions. But it's good. It's much more fun to direct your own script than to have someone else do it.Read More
This idea of Blade versus society is so awesome, why didn’t you make the whole movie about that?
David Goyer: God, I don’t know, because we came up with the story that we came up with. I think I worried where would it end up? It seemed like a really cool thing to do as a first act, but can we keep up that momentum, where does it end? I just wasn’t sure where to end it.Read More
You didn't get free iPods for the movie?
So it wasn't intentional product placement?Read More