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Blade "Blade" (1998), gespielt von Wesley Snipes ist ein Vampirjäger, ausgestattet mit den Kräften eines Unsterblichen, der Seele eines Menschen und dem Herzen eines Helden...

Es ist seine Aufgabe, mit Hilfe seiner Stärken und seiner Waffen die menschliche Rasse vor der Auslöschung zu bewahren. Denn ihnen wurde vom Anführer der blutdurstigen Vampire, Deacon Frost (Stephen Dorff), der Krieg erklärt. Frost glaubt, durch einen langen vergessenen Fluch die Erde buchstäblich in die Hölle verwandeln zu können. Blade und sein Freund Whistler (Kris Kristofferson) haben alle Hände voll zu tun, um Frost bei seinem Vorhaben aufzuhalten...

"Blade 2" (2002)...
Eine seltene Mutation tritt innerhalb der Vampir-Gemeinschaft auf...
Der "Reaper" - ein Vampir mit einem unstillbaren Blutdurst, dessen Opfer sich auch in "Reaper" verwandeln... Die rasende Vermehrung bedroht die Existenz der Vampire und schon bald könnte es nicht mehr genug Menschen geben, um den Blutdurst zu stillen...
Blade, Whistler und ein Waffenexperte namens Scud (Norman Reedus) werden vom "Shadow Council" gebeten zu helfen... Blade kämpft Seite an Seite mit dem "Bloodpack", einer Elite-Einheit der Vampire, um die Welt vor der Bedrohung durch die "Reaper" zu retten...


Im 3. Teil "Blade: Trinity" (2004) hetzen die Vampirfürsten durch eine hinterhältige Falle Blade das FBI auf den Hals - um sich zu verteidigen, verbündet er sich - anfangs widerwillig - mit den Nightstalkers, einer Gruppe menschlicher Vampirjäger, angeführt von Whistlers schöner Tochter Abigail und dem Sprüche klopfenden Hannibal King. Doch das erspart ihm nicht den gefährlichsten Showdown seines Lebens: Den Kampf gegen den wiedererweckten Dracula, denn diesmal steht nicht nur sein eigenes Schicksal auf dem Spiel, sondern das der gesamten Menschheit...

Am 11. Juni 2006 startete die 13-teilige TV-Serie "Blade - Die Jagd geht weiter" bei Pro7 - mit US-Rapper Sticky Fingaz in der Titelrolle...

Seit einiger Zeit ist eine Prequel-Trilogie im Gespräch... Weitere Kinofilme, z.B. ein "Nightstalkers" Spin-Off, sind ebenfalls nicht ausgeschlossen...



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"Blade" auf DVD !!!
Am 9. November 2007 erschien die 1. Staffel von "Blade: Die Jagd geht weiter" auf 4 DVDs... Jetzt bei Amazon bestellen !!!
Bereits am 27. Mai 2005 erschien "Blade: Trinity" auf DVD... Jetzt bei Amazon bestellen !!!



[07.06.2011] Bei CS! gibt es - neben dem Trailer zur "Blade" Anime-Serie - auch Bilder der Hauptcharaktere... Unter Animax.co.jp ist die offizielle Website zu erreichen...

[23.10.2010] Deadline sprach mit Wesley Snipes, u.a. über "Blade"...
[...] "Acting is my main lane, and I’m planning to expand that, taking the success of films like Blade and marinating that into something that flourishes."
So, how about another turn as the iconic Marvel Comics vampire hunter? "Maybe we get around to doing another Blade, except, from what I’m reading, every other actor is talking about playing him, and nobody is talking to Wesley," he said. "How strange that they don’t come and talk to me about it." [...]


[07.07.2009] CS! berichtet über das geplante "Blade" Spin-Off...
The Sunday Mail reported in October of 2008 that Blade director Stephen Norrington and Stephen Dorff, who played villain Deacon Frost in the film, were working on a prequel trilogy.
"It will be a prequel to the 'Blade' movies, Deacon's story," Dorff said then, "It's a new trilogy the director has created. It will cool.
"We hope to shoot the first film next year. Frost is a character I have never been able to shake."
Norrington has confirmed the news to Comics2Film, saying the project is "not exactly how the article describes but close."
The director credits Dorff with coming up with the idea for the new project, which "has evolved into a very interesting story... The linkage to 'Blade' is still big in the equation." [...]


[07.12.2007] Der TV-Sender RTL2 zeigt heute um 22.10 Uhr "Blade 2"... Die Wiederholung läuft um 0.20 Uhr...

[31.10.2007] B-D berichtete kürzlich über eine mögliche Wiederbelebung des "Blade"-Franchises...
[...] 'Marlowe' drops is a line with some unconfirmed news claiming that there's a reboot of the Blade franchise in the works. He explains that it's something that the comic property wants, not necessarily New Line Cinema (who might not even be involved.) Who knows how true this is or why they're doing it, but our reader is guessing it's because of the whole 30 Days of Night craze or maybe the Hulk re-launch too. Watch for any official word as it comes in and remember, this is a RUMOR until confirmed. [...]

[28.10.2007] Der TV-Sender Pro7 zeigt heute um 22.30 Uhr "Blade: Trinity" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere... Die Wiederholung läuft um 4.15 Uhr...

[11.06.2007] Heute um 22.15 Uhr feiert die 13-teilige TV-Serie "Blade - Die Jagd geht weiter" bei Pro7 ihre Deutschlandpremiere...
Blade (Kirk "Sticky Fingaz" Jones) ist ein "Daywalker", halb Mensch und halb Vampir. Er kann sich auf alle Vampir-Stärken, wie überdurchschnittliche Kraft, extreme Heilungsfähigkeit und verstärkte Sinne verlassen. Die klassischen Schwächen wie Sonnenlicht, Knoblauch und Silber können ihm nicht gefährlich werden. Um seinen quälenden Blutdurst zu unterdrücken, injiziert sich Blade regelmäßig ein Serum.
Seine Mission: Die blutrünstigen Vampire vernichten.
Mit viel Action und seinem Schwert beginnt Blade seinen Kampf. Er schleust einen Informanten in den Vampirclan, doch der wird enttarnt und brutal getötet. Krista (Jill Wagner), die Schwester des getöteten Informanten, will Rache: Selbst als sie gebissen wird, lässt sie sich von ihrer Mission nicht abbringen. Sie arbeitet undercover für Blade, und für beide ist klar: Sie müssen blutrünstige Vampire beseitigen.


[29.09.2006] Laut AICN wird es keine 2. Staffel der "Blade" TV-Serie produziert...

[06.07.2006] Moviehole meldet...
Unless it’s unexpectedly reported that he’s signed to do a "Two Girls, A Guy and a Pizza Place" reunion movie, then Ryan Reynolds will not be reprising his role as Nightstalker Hannibal King, from 2004’s "Blade Trinity", for the new "Blade" TV series.
That doesn’t mean the character won’t appear though, says creator David Goyer.
"Dr. Karen Jenson, the hematologist from the first movie, and Hannibal King, the nightstalker (played by Ryan Reynolds) from the third film will show up again", he tells TV Guide.
The character of Whistler will also appear. "We have a flashback in which a young Whistler, who was played by Kris Kristofferson in the films, appears. We do flashbacks, so although a lot of our characters ended up dying, we have plans, if we go into a second season, to bring back two or three other characters from the films."
Speaking of the "Blade" films, have we seen the last of them?
"New Line likes [Blade: Trinity's] Ryan and Jessica [Biel] a lot, if there is a fourth film", he says, confirming the studio’s interest in a "Nightstalkers" spin-off movie.


[27.06.2006] Bei Blackfilm.com gibt es ein Interview mit Kirk Jones, der die Titelrolle in der TV-Serie spielt...

[20.06.2006] Bei Blackfilm.com gibt es neue Bilder zur "Blade" TV-Serie...

[27.02.2006] Sneak Peek meldet...
At this year's New York Comic-Con, at the Spike TV "Blade" panel, it was revealed that the upcoming "Blade" television series, will have a few Marvel guest-star characters dropping in on the show, much the same way that "Smallville" has been testing out its DC comics roster on a TV audience, with appearances by 'Aquaman' and 'Cyborg'.
Writer Geoff Johns, who co-scripted the pilot with David Goyer said, "There's a new adversary for 'Blade' that we took from the comics. We had to reinvent him a bit, but it's going to be pretty cool ...We might have a couple of characters from Marvel comics that you might be surprised about."
The series debuts on Spike TV June 28 with 13 episodes scheduled to shoot in Vancouver, starting mid-March.
The two-hour pilot was also shot in Vancouver.
Regarding a fourth "Blade" theatrical feature, reps from Marvel attending the panel said "The third movie did very well for us, and there's room for more".
According to Spike TV, the new "Blade" TV series "has a lot of violence and ass-kicking, which fits our demographic".
The fifth episode will explain the meaning of Blade's tattoos.
Actor Randy "Midnight Express" Quaid will guest on an episode as a professor dealing with 'vampire ash' addicts.


[13.01.2006] Bei Blackfilm.com gibt es erste Bilder und offizielle Infos zur kommenden "Blade" TV-Serie...
Spike TY is set to bring "Blade", one of Hollywood's most successful theatrical franchises, to television. The "Blade" trilogy, which has earned more than $400 million worldwide, will be adapted into a two-hour original drama that marks the network's first foray into scripted entertainment. Produced by New Line Television, "Blade" premieres on Spike TV in June 2006.
"'Blade' is perfectly suited for Spike TV and its male viewers," says Pancho Mansfield, Executive Vice President, Original Programming at Spike TV. "The new 'Blade' promises to capture what men want to see: thrilling action and effects combined with an intelligent and highly creative story."
David S. Goyer, who wrote the screenplays for the "Blade" trilogy as well as Batman Begins, serves as executive producer and co-wrote the script with popular comic book author Geoff Johns. Peter O'Fallon ("Suicide Kings," "Eureka," "American Gothic") serves as director.
Spike TV's "Blade" focuses on Marvel's eponymous immortal warrior of the same name fighting a shadowy underworld of vampires who want to destroy the human race. The title character is a half-man, half-vampire who uses his incredible powers and skills to fearlessly battle the demonic creatures of the night in a blood-drenched crusade to prevent the ascendance of vampires over mankind.
Kirk "Sticky" Jones ("Over There") has been cast in the leading role of "Blade." Jill Wagner ("Monk"), Neil Jackson ("Stargate SG-1"), Nelson Lee ("Traffic," the TV mini-series) and Jessica Gower ("Blurred") round out the cast for the tele-picture. [...]


[10.11.2005] CS! meldet...
Spike TV has cast Kirk "Sticky" Jones to star in the cable channel's premiere original drama effort Blade, reports Variety.
Based on the comic book and film franchise of the same name, Blade centers on a half-man, half-vampire warrior endeavoring to save the human race from a demonic underworld.
Feature screenwriter David Goyer (Batman Begins, the "Blade" trilogy) is executive producing and co-writing the script with the comic's author Geoff Johns. New Line Television is producing.
Spike committed to the project in spring and production is set to begin November 14 in Vancouver. Should Blade get a series pickup, Spike executives are eyeing a June 2006 premiere.
Jill Wagner, Neil Jackson, Nelson Lee and Jessica Gower round out the cast. Peter O'Fallon will direct.
Marvel's Avi Arad and New Line's Jim Rosenthal and Jon Kroll also will executive produce. Bill McGoldrick and Lisa Ullmann will oversee for Spike.
Jones was a regular on FX drama Over There and had a recurring role on The Shield. He is best known, however, as frontman "Sticky Fingaz" for hip-hop group Onyx.


[08.11.2005] Moviehole meldet...
Michael Jai White’s just slammed the phone against the wall. Seems David Goyer has gone with relative newcomer Kirk Jones for the lead role in Spike TV’s new "Blade" TV series.
Jones, possibly better known as ‘Sticky Fingaz’, has appeared in such films and TV series as "Over There", "Flight of the Phoenix", "Leprechaun: Back 2 tha Hood" and "The Shield", playing Kern Little.
According to Aint it Cool, Jones has signed on the line aligning the bottom of a ‘Spike TV’ contract, agreeing to bring the Marvel comic book character to TV screens.
Jones also recently won a role in the new film "Karma Confessions & Holy" with Naomi Campbell.
Here’s what basically happens the new "Blade" TV series: This twenty-something former military doctor named Christa is searching for answers as to who killed her twin brother. She discovers an evil vampire kingpin named Marcus - a suave ‘pillar’ of the community, someone quite hard for Blade to get to - who consequently becomes besotted with her, and ‘turns her’ into a bloodsucker.
And yep, he’s responsible for the brother’s death - or rather, his accomplice, Chase, his loyal chickie follower is.
Blade’s not assisted by Whistler in this one, but a guy called Shen. He’s an Asian Ironman with a shaved noggin, formerly a Preacher-type, whose got a penchant for designing new-fangled technology to help Blade hunt down the rogues.


[07.10.2005] DH berichtet über die "Blade" TV-Serie...
The Blade television series for Spike TV is on course, executive producer David Goyer told Comics Continuum. He says "We're moving forward, about to attach a director and start pre-production".

[15.06.2005] DH sprach mit David S. Goyer, u.a. über "Blade"...
Question: [...] Your next project--the Blade TV series. Do you think Michael J. White is going to be--?
David Goyer: God, I have no idea. No idea yet. Hasn't even been written yet. [...]



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