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Blade: Trinity is a 2004 (16 years ago) American vampire, Marvel (19 walls) Comics action film, written and directed by David S. Goyer, who also wrote the screenplays to the first two Blade films. It is the third movie in the Blade trilogy, following on from Blade and Blade II and it is based on the Marvel (19 walls) Comics character Blade, played by Wesley Snipes. The story continues on in Blade: The Series.


The vampires succeed in framing Blade (Wesley Snipes) for the killing of a Familiar (a familiar posing as a vampire). A few days later, the FBI attack the hideout. During the siege, Whistler destroys the hideout after being mortally wounded, killing him in the ensuing explosion. With his mentor gone Blade allows himself to be captured.

As the police prepare to hand Blade over to a group of vampires, Blade is rescued by Hannibal King (Ryan Reynolds) and Abigail Whistler (Jessica Biel (57 walls)). The two head a group of vampire hunters called the Nightstalkers, formed by Blade's mentor to assist him. King and Abigail reveal that Danica Talos (Parker Posey), who was the vampire who bit King, has located the first vampire, Drake. Talos hopes that by resurrecting him, Drake (Dominic Purcell) will help save the vampire race by producing more daywalkers, and eliminate Blade. In his first confrontation with Blade, Drake shows a sort of affinity for the Blade, as they are both "honorable warriors" (ironically, while Drake is delivering his speech about honor, he is hiding behind a baby he has taken hostage). During the chaos, King is incapacitated by Drake.

Blade eventually learns of a bioweapon the Nightstalkers had created called Daystar. The weapon is capable of killing any and all vampires in a nearby area. However, there are two catches: The first is that Drake's blood must be infused with the virus. As he is the first vampire, his DNA is still pure, which, infused with Daystar, will make it work to its maximum efficacy. The second: the virus has a possibility of killing Blade, as he is a half-vampire.

Blade and Abigail learn of the vampire "final solution", which involves several hundred homeless being kept "alive" in a chemically induced coma, trapped in body bags. This keeps in line with vampires needing live food sources if the entire vampire race were to take over the world. Blade has all of them put out of their misery, shutting down their life support.

The two return to find the Nightstalkers have been all but wiped out. The only exception is King who has been kidnapped by Drake and a young girl named Zoe (Haili Page), the daughter of one of the Nightstalkers. Blade and Abigail go the Talos building to save their friends.

Meanwhile, King is chained and tortured for information about Daystar. When this fails to get any information from him, Talos threatens that she will bite King and leave him to feed on Zoe. Blade and Abigail eventually enter the building and the fighting begins. Abigail kills Danica Talos' brother Asher (Callum Keith Rennie) and King kills Jarko Grimwood (Triple H) while Blade engages Drake in a sword battle. In the end, Blade impales Drake with the Daystar arrow, and releases it into the air, killing all the nearby vampires, including Danica Talos. As Drake dies, he praises Blade for fighting with honor and tells him that through Blade the vampire race will survive. Dying, he offers Blade a "parting gift" he also warns him the thirst will eventually win.

From here there are multiple endings:
Theatrical Ending: As Blade fought honorably, Drake gives him a "parting gift" by transforming his body into a replica of Blade's just before he dies. The FBI captures the body of who they think is Blade and thus call off their manhunt for Blade. However, in the morgue Blade's body changes into that of Drake's. Hannibal's voiceover tells the viewer that Blade is still out doing what he does, and that the war will never end.
Unrated Ending: The body captured by the FBI is Blade, but he's not really dead. He sits up abruptly in the morgue, attacks the FBI agents, and appears ready to bite a nurse on the neck. The ending is ambiguous as to whether Blade retains his humanity or gives in to his vampiric thirst, thus becoming the new vampire messiah as Drake predicted. This is the ending seen on the director's cut of the film, and commentary on the DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) indicates it was the ending director Goyer intended.
Werewolf Ending: The Daystar virus circles the globe and wipes out all vampires. Blade walks off into the sunset, his long battle finally over. The final shot is of the Nightstalkers battling a new enemy... werewolves. This version of the ending was used in the novelization of the movie and is included on the DVD (Digital Versatile Disc) as an extra, however it was rejected for use in the movie itself early on in production, due to similarities to the vampires vs. werewolves in the Underworld series, the incontinuity with the backstory, and for simply being too silly in Goyer's opinion.


  • Wesley Snipes as Blade
  • Jessica Biel (57 walls) as Abigail Whistler
  • Ryan Reynolds as Hannibal King
  • Dominic Purcell as Dracula / Drake
  • Kris Kristofferson as Abraham Whistler
  • Parker Posey as Danica Talos
  • Callum Keith Rennie as Asher Talos
  • Paul "Triple H" Levesque as Jarko Grimwood
  • Natasha Lyonne as Sommerfield
  • Haili Page as Zoe
  • Mark Berry as Chief Martin Vreede
  • John Michael Higgins as Dr. Edgar Vance
  • Patton Oswalt as Hedges
  • James Remar as Ray Cumberland
  • Steve Braun as FBI Agent Wilson Hale
  • Christopher Heyerdahl as Caulder
  • Scott Heindl as Gedge
  • Cascy Beddow as Flick
  • Paul Anthony as Wolfe
  • John Ashker as Campbell
  • Eric Bogosian as Bentley Tittle
  • Ron Selmour as Dex
  • Fran├žoise Yip as Virago
  • Kett Turton as Dingo
  • Michel Cook as SWAT Member


The film's American box office take proved disappointing, at only around $50 million. Internationally it was somewhat more successful, pulling the film's overall gross to $130 million, matching the first Blade's take but coming behind Blade II, which grossed $150 million worldwide. Critics typically thought that Trinity was unbecoming of the rest of the series and lacked the quality of the previous films; it scored 27% on Rotten Tomatoes.


  1. "Fatal"- 3:43 (RZA)
  2. "I Gotta Get Paid"- 3:49 (Lil Flip, Ghostface Killah & Raekwon)
  3. "When the Guns Come Out"- 4:09 (WC, E-40 & Christ Bearer)
  4. "Thirsty"- 4:04 (Ol' Dirty Bastard & Black Keith)
  5. "Daywalkers"- 2:34 (Ramin Djawadi & RZA)
  6. "Party in tha Morgue"- 6:56 (Kool Keith & Thee Undatakerz)
  7. "Skylight"- 4:59 (Overseer)
  8. "This Blood"- 3:06 (Black Lab)
  9. "Bombs Away"- 3:28 (Paris, Texas)
  10. "Weapons of Mad Distortion"- 4:50 (The Crystal Method)
  11. "Hard Wax"- 4:08 (manCHILD)
  12. "Blade's Back"- 4:03 (Ramin Djawadi)


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