Is there a need for Blade to return? Would people want to see another Blade movie? Should they try to re-boot the franchise (as they seem to be doing with most of them)?
David Goyer spoke to Shock Till You Drop and made some interesting comments.
"God, it feels like they remake movies five years after they come out now," Goyer answers when asked if there's the possibility of seeing Blade's resurrection on screen. "I'm sure New Line at some point would like to do another version of it. Me? Never say never, but I think remakes are more successful the more time there is in between. Honestly, I think they should have waited for the new Hulk. I like the new one. But the longer time you have between remakes [and their originals], the better. For me, ten years is the minimum you really need."
"I heard rumors that they may want to start from scratch with a new person playing Blade. It's funny because I thought about how I never wanted to do a vampire film ever again because I'm sick of it. But I was reading the Tomb of Dracula Omnibus and I hadn't read them in a long time and I thought it might be cool to do another vampire movie at some point."
I say keep the franchise going over a re-boot. We don't need another origin movie. With each James Bond movie (whenver he's recast) they don't start over and tell us all about his history. Just give us some butt kicking and I'll be happy. And maybe a new haircut.