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.