‘Brian’ sent us a great new picture from Blade 3 featuring Wesley Snipes in a hot scene! You’ll notice it also doesn’t use the ‘Trinity’ subtitle, which we’re hearing the production isn’t using at all, so we’ll see. You can check out the new pic in full by clicking on the image below!
Meanwhile, ‘Mark’ from Hollywood North Report sent in these bits from an interview with writer/director David Goyer…
Vancouver Province Columnist Sorelle Saidman who has her own section on the HNR Forums called All Star Bulletin was able to chat with Blade: Trinity writer/director David Goyer getting to the bottom of some long standing rumors and questions about the production. Below is a good juicy part of the interview, to get the full read follow the above link.
“It was quite a long haul,” says Goyer of the 18-week shoot, “but you know, I had a really great experience. I loved it, I’m quite missing Vancouver.”
“I was just going to write and produce. Before (producer) Lynn Harris suggested that I direct, it never occurred to me,” says Goyer. “But I immediately put on my director’s hat and said, ‘Well, let’s see how the script turns out.'”
So. How did the script turn out?
In addition to Snipes, Kris Kristofferson returns as Blade mentor Whistler. Newbies include Jessica Biel (7th Heaven) as Whistler’s daughter, Vancouver’s Ryan Reynolds (Van Wilder) as a vampire hunter in cahoots with Blade, Parker Posey (Best in Show) as the head vampire and wrestler Triple H as her sidekick.
“I was really pleasantly surprised by Triple H,” says Goyer. “(Others) were very keen on bringing him in but I wasn’t a giant WWE fan. But he turned out to be completely professional, dedicated and humble, and very funny with great comedic timing. We ended up writing more scenes for him.”
Snipes didn’t surprise Goyer. He declined to detail the star’s notoriously bad behaviour but stories about Snipes’ partying, carousing, fights, tantrums and tardiness were legendary on the set.
Will he work with Snipes again? Long pause.
Will there be a Blade 4?
Source: Brian, Mark