Thatâ€™s because more than 20 sequels will glut film screens during the next
12 months; theyâ€™ll range from highly anticipated potential blockbusters such
as â€œSpider-Man 2â€ and â€œHarry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkabanâ€ to seemingly
absurd fare such as â€œAnacondas: The Hunt for the Black Orchidâ€ and â€œBlade:
Trinity.â€ Add in a concurrent flood of remakes (â€œThe Alamo,â€ â€œDawn of the
Dead,â€ â€œThe Big Bounce,â€ â€œWalking Tall,â€ â€œThe Stepford Wivesâ€), a flurry of
TV spin-offs (â€œBewitched,â€ â€œStarsky and Hutch,â€ â€œTeacherâ€™s Petâ€) and the now-standard
gaggle of comics adaptations (â€œThe Punisher,â€ â€œHellboy,â€ â€œGarfield,â€ â€œCatwomanâ€)
and you have to wonder if anyone in Hollywood can manage an original idea
Disappointingly, “Blade:Trinity” does not feature an ass-kicking Carrie Anne
Moss. Though I do see that it
features the excellent Parker Posey, Natasha Lyonne and Callum Keith Rennie.
Is this some funky, New York-ironic indie sequel? Did Woody Allen direct?