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Wesley Snipes Famously Refused To Film Most Of His Blade: Trinity Scenes

Wesley Snipes Famously Refused To Film Most Of His Blade: Trinity Scenes

Making any movie is a challenge, but things get extra tough when the star doesn't want to cooperate. Few shoots have been as infamously troubled as "Blade: Trinity," the third installment in the "Blade" trilogy. The 2004 action-horror was directed by David S. Goyer, who wrote all three "Blade" films. Unfortunately, Goyer and star Wesley Snipes didn't get along, and their on-set feud became the stuff of legend. 

Allegedly upset with the production over its lackluster Black representation, Snipes would only communicate with Goyer via Post-it notes, signing them in character as Blade. According to some of his fellow cast members, including comedian Patton Oswalt,...

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