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Snipes Didn't Like Blade Trinity Either

Published April 21, 2005 in Movie News
By Ryan Parsons | Image property of New Line
Blade Trinity 'You haven't heard the last of me.'
I am going to start by stating that I liked Blade II a lot better than Blade Trinity. The only thing that saved Blade: Trinity was Ryan Reynolds and his easy going humor that had me rolling in my seat. But, it seems that Wesley Snipes didn't even think he was good, and hated the entire film; the same film that he starred in.

So, what do you do when you hate your own movie? Sue the production company-- sue New Line Cinema.

Snipes Sues New Line

According to TheHollywoodReported, Wesley Snipes decided to sue New Line Cinema for a ton of reasons following Blade Trinity. And yes, one of the reasons is that Snipes considers Blade: Trinity to be a crappy movie.

So, here seems to be the full list [maybe in order of importance] on why Snipes did the lawsuit at New Line.
  • Snipes feels an income tax discrepancy has shorted him three million dollars. He wants it back
  • Snipes states that he did not agree with the cast and crew of Blade Trinity and tried to voice him complaints
  • Snipes thought that the cast was too white, making him feel slightly isolated
  • Snipes did not approve the addition of Hannibal King and Whistler's daughter, and thought they brought with them a poor sense of humor
  • Snipes just hated his own movie.

Good times. I am still trying to figure out how you can be shorted a whopping three million and only get around to it now. Will there be a Blade IV? Don't count on it.

For a look back, go to the Blade Trinity Movie Page

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