Wesley Snipes is back.

In the 1990s, Snipes was one of the most dynamic actors in Hollywood, displaying his diverse talents in a wide range of films. He was nasty as crime lord Nino Brown in 'New Jack City,' turned in gripping performances in Spike Lee's 'Mo' Better Blues' and 'Jungle Fever,' showed his funny side in 'Major League' and 'White Men Can't Jump,' and even played a saucy drag queen in 'To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar.' But what made him a worldwide draw was playing action heroes in such films as 'Passenger 57' and the 'Blade' franchise. Recently though, Snipes' career (and personal life) hit a rough patch.
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