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doing, or adapting comic book characters to feature films, and also the tie-in to gaming and digital technology, when I was doing the first Blade films, then I’d be in a different business right now.I’d be in a whole different ball game.” So it might all have panned out differently, if that had come together? er, the dramatic work, and probably had a kind of cushion to do experimental work, because the economics in that kind of business are huge. ” We are back to Blade (1998), a favourite topic, and to Marvel, which I suspect is not.His dalliance with Annabella Sciorra in that film, and later Nastassja Kinski in Mike Figgis’s zesty 1997 mood-piece One Night Stand, for which he won Best Actor at the Venice Film Festival, make him a conspicuous exception to a persistent rule in the studio system, the unwritten one that says major African-American stars (Denzel Washington, most notably) don’t entangle themselves romantically with white co-stars.Snipes is modest about this, perhaps above all his other achievements.They told me, ‘You know, you’re a classically trained actor.Why would you want to even play a vampire from a comic book? More of an expectation.” His reasons for this are pithy to the max. If you’ve got sour milk going in your cake, you’re going to get sour cake.” A throaty laugh comes out. of course, certain actions in Hollywood make people nervous.
The whole first reel of the new film is preoccupied with packaging the Snipes return – he even gets to blow up a comically grim and oppressive jailhouse, in a righteous moment of catharsis, with the world’s multiplexes watching.READ: Robbie Collin's 10 best action films of all time “That was all in the contract,” the 52-year-old says amiably.