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Blade: Trinity (8-Dec-2004)

Director: David S. Goyer

Writer: David S. Goyer

Keywords: Horror, Comic Book, Vampire, Martial Arts, Archery

Third entry in the Blade franchise follows vaunted vampire hunter Blade as he teams up with the Nightstalkers to bring down Dracula himself.

ABSTRACT
Second sequel to Blade (1998). Hardened by the brutal events of his previous adventures, Blade is a pariah, wanted for his past actions by both vampires and the FBI. Joining forces with a band of vampire hunters called "Nightstalkers" for the purposes of his third go-around, Blade plunges into his greatest battle to date, squaring off against Dracula himself in a winner-takes-all showdown with the future of the world hanging delicately in the balance.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jessica Biel
Actor
3-Mar-1982   The Rules of Attraction
Eric Bogosian
Actor
24-Apr-1953   Talk Radio
John Michael Higgins
Actor
12-Feb-1963   The Late Shift
Kris Kristofferson
Actor
22-Jun-1936   Me and Bobby McGee
Natasha Lyonne
Actor
4-Apr-1979   Slums of Beverly Hills
Patton Oswalt
Comic
27-Jan-1969   King of Queens
Parker Posey
Actor
8-Nov-1968   Waiting for Guffman
Dominic Purcell
Actor
17-Feb-1970   Prison Break
James Remar
Actor
31-Dec-1953   The Warriors
Callum Keith Rennie
Actor
14-Sep-1960   Leoben Conoy on Battlestar Galactica
Ryan Reynolds
Actor
23-Oct-1976   Van Wilder
Wesley Snipes
Actor
31-Jul-1962   New Jack City
Triple H
Wrestling
27-Jul-1969   Multiple WWE Champion
Kett Turton
Actor
4-Apr-1982   Gypsy 83

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