Stephen Dorff is well-known for his portrayal of Deacon Frost, a villain in the 1998′s Blade with Wesley Snipes. However, he is renowned for being outspoken about the movies he doesn’t like, and many Marvel productions fall into that category. And his most recent target for criticism is the upcoming new “Blade.”
Stephen recently spoke openly about Marvel’s Blade in an interview with The Daily Beast while making an appearance at Sundance. Stephen asserted that the Marvel comic book adaption would be forgotten and that he would only want to be involved if the project “were more like when I started when we made Blade or the few that have been decent over the years, like when [Christopher] Nolan did The Dark Knight and reinvented Batman from Tim Burton.”
“All this other garbage is just embarrassing, you know what I mean? God bless them, they’re making a bunch of money, but their movies suck [laughs].”
Stephen also took a dig at the Black Adam movie and stated that he didn’t even watch the movie as it looked too bad to watch for him. “Nobody’s going to remember them. Nobody’s remembering Black Adam at the end of the day. I didn’t even see that movie, it looked so bad,” he continued.
“Marvel is used to me trashing them anyway. How’s that PG Blade movie going for you, that can’t get a director? [laughs] Because anybody who goes there is going to be laughed at by everyone, because we already did it and made it the best. There’s no Steve Norrington out there.”
However, even though Stephen doesn’t believe in the upcoming movie, Wesley Snipes is in favor of it. It remains to be seen how the movie ultimately turns out to be. Until then, keep an eye on Thirsty to get the latest updates.
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