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With the release of her 2004 movie Blade Trinity, one of the hottest, sexiest, most beautiful new young women in film today is finally getting the recognition she deserves, and making her appearance the type of kick ass chick movies we love to watch here at FastDates.com. Former TV darling Jessica Biel has been kicking out a few not to be noticed movies the past few years, but last year in the remake of The Texas Chain Saw Massacure it was Jessica who stole the show as the lone surviving teen age sex goddess at a back woods Texas farm littered with body parts. No one wears a skin tight wife beater T-shirt and low cut jeans while running from a screaming chain saw better than Jessica.

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Blade Trinity

Jessica Biel makes her first appearance in the third and final installment of Blade Trinity as Abagail, the hottest kick ass member of a group of vampire slayers known as the Nightstalkers who come to the aid of Blade star Wesley Snipes

Wesley Snipes returns as the day-walking vampire hunter in the explosive third and final film in the Blade franchise, Blade Trinity. Co-starring Jessica Biel, Ryan Reynolds, and Kris Kristofferson. For years, Blade has fought against the vampires in the cover of night, with the world above unaware of the brutal ongoing war.

But now, after falling into the crosshairs of the FBI, he is forced out into the daylight, where he is driven to join forces with a clan of human vampire hunters he never knew existed – The Nightstalkers. Together with Abigail Jessica Biel, (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre) and Hannibal Ryan Reynolds, two deftly trained Nightstalkers, Blade follows a trail of blood to the an ancient creature that is also hunting him … the original vampire, Dracula.

To be honest, the only saving grace in Blade Trinty as a movie are the roles of Biel and Reynolds as the Night Stalkers, and Parker Posey as a campy goth schoolgirl vampire, who all bring interesting characters, humor and excitement to what is otherwise a very overused storyline gleaned from other vampire movies like Van Helsing and Underworld.

 

Blade Trinity is written and directed by David S. Goyer, who wrote all three films in the trilogy, based on characters in the Blade comic book.


Wesley Snipes, unfortunately, plays a very one dimensional lead character as Blade, bringing the movie to a screaching hault whever he is on screen and delivering his mono tone lines. But thankfully, co-stars Biel and the others have major roles in Trinity to make it well worth watching. We would have liked to have seen some romance between the very likeable Biel and Reynolds to add a little more depth to the movie beyond the almost non stop action scenes.

And Jessica could have worn a little skimpier clothing at times to accentuate her killer body and good looks. She wears multi layered too tight T-shirt garb thoroughout the movie with no cleavage showing, made her natural D-cup breats look flat and almost non exhistant. Thankfully there is one obligitory nude shower scene where Jessica washes off slain vampire blood after a particularly brutal battle scene.

If Trinity does well at the box office, Biel and Reynolds could return in their own Nightstalkers movie series. We certainly hope so!

We look forward to following Jessica's continuing movie career in the years to come, hepefully with an expanded line of roles in a wide array of dramas, action adventure and romantic flicks. We can easily see her taking over the roles currently held by the older generation superstar divas like Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Sharon Stone and Kim Basinger.



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Jessica Claire Biel, born March 3, 1982, had a principal, yet obscure role in the teen family drama 7th Heavenon the WB network in the late 1990s. Then Jessica moved instantly moved herself to the spotlight with a controversial layout in Gear magazine inMarch 2000 in which even her own television dad on 7th Heaven, Stephen Collins, has called 'child pornography'. Jessica's 18th birthday was about 3 months after her photo shoot with the Bob Guccione Jr. backed magazine. By Jessica's own admission, the cheesy topless layout was done to provoke Aaron Spelling into releasing her from her contract. She has said that Spelling angrily told Biel "I own you!" though Spelling denies the charges.

You can see Jessica's very scandelous interview and photos that got her fired from the TV series 7th Heaven in
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Those who read TV Guide saw this tension coming as in a March '99 interview with them she caught the ire of 7th Heaven producers by saying she'd like to see her character "have sex with one of the bishops or something."

She also upset the crew on 7th Heaven by cutting her own hair before the start of the '99 season, where she exclaimed "The producers were pissed. I told them, 'Hey, it grows back.' But they didn't see it that way."

Jessica's attitude at that time lead many to compare her to Shannen Doherty, the controversial former 90210 actress who also heated up the Spelling set with hissy fits and controversy. Insiders at 7th Heaven have labeled Biel a 'bitch' right from the start as an inside source tells E! Online "She's always been unhappy with her storylines".

In the Gear interview, Biel showrd her tremendous immaturity by saying of her television sister, Beverly Mitchell, "I'll grab her by the tits and be like, 'Look at the size of these things,' It really pissed her off."

Most of Jessica's concern early in her career was her inability to land the sex oriented roles that many of her teen oriented peers had , though she had just won the female lead role opposite Freddie Prinze Jr. in Summer Catch.

Her family oriented role as Mary Camden on 7th Heaven had, she said, caused movie producers to shy away from her and she was worried about getting typecast. She says of her character on the show "I'd kick her fucking ass. I'd kick the shit out of her and then she'd apologize for hurting my fists."

All this has did nothing to change Spellings feelings about her staying on the show, as a spokesperson stated she was under contract for the next two seasons and they are looking forward to working with her until that ends. Later, Jessica said she regretted the entire Gear magazine stunt and counts the entire ordeal as a learning experience.

Certainly Jessica's younger days were tamer, where she was born in Ely, Minnesota and raised in Boulder, Colorado. Jessica started doing plays at the age of nine with roles in The Sound of Music, Annie, Beauty and the Beast, and Anything Goes.

In 1994 while attending Diane Hardin's Young Actor's Space in Los Angeles, Jessica was discovered by her current manager (and incidentally, he and Jessica's father were at the Gear photo shoot when the pictures were taken) Jeff Morrone at Innovative Artists.

What followed were several modeling covers including Sassy Magazine in '96, Teen and Moxie Girl in 1998, and the huge honor from People Magazine in '99 when they named her one of the worlds 50 most beautiful people.

Her on-screen career began in 1996 where she played Mary Camden, the oldest daughter of a minister couple in the aforementioned 7th Heaven. She also branched out to the big screen with parts in Ulee's Gold in '97 and I'll Be Home For Christmas in 1998, where she played opposite Home Improvement's Jonathan Taylor Thomas.

With her latest role in the blockbuster series Blade, Jessica should now have the door open to many other leads in major motion pictures in the years to come.