Originally Posted by Achille
My opinion is pretty much similar to yours. I've said numerous times Snipes doesn't get enough credit for the success of Blade even though he contributed a lot to the movies with giving him the Bladeness, designing the weapons and bringing in his team developing great fight scenes. Goyer always seems to get the praises but it was him and New Line that wanted to go that direction for Trinity. Movie didnít do as good as the previous movies so they try to blame Snipes for the downfall of the movie.
Well I highly doubt Snipes had much to do in changing the defining features of the character I.e. origins, personality, powers, and weaknesses. That was all writing. I'm not denying Snipes brought the flare to the character like how RDJ does with Tony Stark. But what I'm saying is the New Line Cinema version of the character is vastly different than the Marvel comic book version and if Marvel is going to bring him into.their MCU they're more than likely going to go with their original version and not someone else's