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Blade: Trinity

Year:
Duration:
113 min | Germany:105 min (cut version) | USA:122 min (unrated DVD version)
Genres:
Action | Adventure | Fantasy | Horror | Sci-Fi | Thriller
IMDB rate:
5.9
Director:
David S. Goyer
Awards:
1 nomination
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 2004-12-08
Filming Locations: Intersection of Granville and West Georgia Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Earnings
Budget: $65,000,000
Opening Weekend: $16,061,271 (USA) (12 December 2004)
Gross: $52,397,389 (USA) (20 February 2005)
Cast
Actor
Character
Wesley Snipes
Blade
Kris Kristofferson
Whistler
Dominic Purcell
Drake
Jessica Biel
Abigail Whistler
Ryan Reynolds
Hannibal King
Parker Posey
Danica Talos
Mark Berry
Chief Martin Vreede
John Michael Higgins
Dr. Edgar Vance
Callum Keith Rennie
Asher Talos
Paul Levesque
Jarko Grimwood
Paul Anthony
Wolfe
Françoise Yip
Virago
Michael Anthony Rawlins
Wilson Hale
James Remar
Ray Cumberland
Natasha Lyonne
Sommerfield
Ginger Broatch
Zoe
Patton Oswalt
Hedges
Ron Selmour
Dex
Christopher Heyerdahl
Caulder
Eric Bogosian
Bentley Tittle
Scott Heindl
Gedge
John Ashker
Campbell
Clay Cullen
Stone
Steven McMichael
Denlinger
Paul Wu
Ellingson
Kimani Ray Smith
Doh
Darren McGuire
Emond
Shannon Powell
Woman Bystander
Jill Krop
Reporter
Jordan Hoffart
Squid
Kett Turton
Dingo
Cascy Beddow
Flick
Simon Pidgeon
Proof
Michael St. John Smith
FBI Agent
Stephen Spender
Agent
Kwesi Ameyaw
Agent
Alejandro Rae
Goth Guy Wannabe (as Alex Rae)
Garvin Cross
Hoop
Raymond Sammel
Security Guard
John Ulmer
Security Guard
Justin Sain
Security Guard
Darryl Scheelar
Doctor (as Daryl Scheelar)
Camille Martinez
Hysterical Mother
Michelle Stoll
Vance's Assistant
Dawn Mander
Biomedica Technician
Gabriel Beristain
One-Eyed Newspaper Vendor (uncredited)
Mike Cook
SWAT Member (uncredited)
Chris Gorak
Doctor (uncredited)
Johanna Olson
Shanghai Dancer (uncredited)
Brian Steele
Drake Creature (uncredited)
Did you know?
Trivia
Paul Levesque (aka professional wrestler Triple H ) impressed the producers with his work ethic and camera presence. New Line insisted that extra lines be written in the script to make his role bigger.
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This marks David S. Goyer's directorial debut for a major motion picture.
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When Blade and Whistler return to find Sommerfield dead, the phrase "Immortality will come to such as are fit for it" is painted in blood on the shower curtain. This is a quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson. The full quote reads: "Immortality will come to such as are fit for it; and he who would be a great soul in the future must be a great soul now."
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Goofs
After Blade jumps his car out of the semi in the beginning chase scene, he jumps over the tailgating car. When he lands and is shown burning rubber in reverse, the car he just jumped over is no longer behind the semi.
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As Drake is walking down the street, the number of buttons open changes several times between shots.
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In Blade II, there's a scene where it's pointed out that vampires can see quite well in the dark. In the opening of Blade: Trinity, when the vampires find Drake's resting place, they use numerous lighting devices to see in the dark caverns.
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Quotes
Hannibal King: Her name is Danica Talos. You met her earlier. And unlike typical vampires, her fangs are located in her vagina.
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Danica Talos: [licking one of Hannibal's wounds] You're tasting a little bland, lover. Are you getting enough fatty acids in your diet? Have you tried lake trout? Mackerel?
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Ray Cumberland: Don't fuck with my thing.
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Faq
Q
Why does the footage in the flashback look familiar?
A
The footage is from the first film, Blade (1998), in which Whistler is telling his life story to Dr. Jenson.
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A Note Regarding Spoilers
A
The following FAQ entries may contain spoilers. Only the biggest ones (if any) will be covered with spoiler tags. Spoiler tags have been used sparingly in order to make the page more readable.
Q
How many versions of "Blade: Trinity" are there?
A
The third installment of the Blade-series was rated R by the MPAA for its theatrical release. Later, there was also an unrated extended version available on DVD and Blu-ray. This extended cut runs more than 9 minutes longer and adds more story and slightly more action to the theatrical cut. A detailed comparison between both versions can be found here.
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Photos from cast
Erica Cerra