The depicter of the titular character in the first three films claims there have been talks about making the fourth film, but he will only reprise his role if the script is good enough.
After "Blade: Trinity" was released in 2004, Wesley Snipes has once said that he believes there will be "Blade 4". Arrowinthehead (AITH) recently attended a junket of his upcoming film "Brooklyn's Finest" in which the actor gave some updates on the next "Blade" film.
According to Snipes, there have been some talks about "Blade 4". About his possible return to the franchise, the 47-year-old claimed he "would be interested" to reprise his role in the fourth film if the script is right, so AITH reported.
Back in July 2009, director of the first "Blade" film Stephen Norrington also revealed there is a plan to make a new movie for this vampire-themed film series. However, the upcoming project was said to be a prequel of the already existing trilogy and will focus on the character of Deacon Frost, who was played by Stephen Dorff in the first film.
"Blade: Trinity" follows Wesley Snipes' Blade as he is wanted by FBI for being accused of murdering several humans. Ryan Reynolds and Jessica Biel are also cast in this film, which pulled in an approximately $50 million domestically and $130 million internationally.