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All the Best Lines from 'The Expendables 3' Ranked

By JJ Duncan on
See how Stallone, Schwarzenegger, Crews, and the rest of the crew ranked. SPOILERS AHEAD!Read Full Story

Let's Rank the 'Expendables 3' Stars According to Their Rotten Tomatoes Scores

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Not all gunslingers are created equal.Read Full Story

Ranking Every Marvel Movie

By Joe Robberson on
We've watched and ranked all 37 Marvel movies, so which is best?Read Full Story

6 Points of Interest in This Behind-The-Scenes Photo from 'The Expendables 3'

By JJ Duncan on
(From facebook.com/JasonStatham)Jason Statham posted a behind-the-scenes cast photo from The Expendables 3 to Facebook over the weekend, and as expected, it's a picture of a bunch of tough guys making tough guy faces. But wait, is that Wesley Snipes? Why, yes it is. The until-recently incarcerated actor will make his return to the big screen when the movie opens in August, but that's not the only thing that went through our minds while looking at this photo. Here are a few of the bullet...Read Full Story

Wesley Snipes Hoping for a 'Miracle' to Keep Him Out of Prison

By BangShowbiz on
Wesley Snipes has been told he must present himself to the Federal Correctional Institution McKean, a medium-security prison in Pennsylvania, by noon tomorrow to start his three-year sentence for tax-related crimes. Still, the actor is hoping to avoid jail time.He said: “We still have prayers about that -- we still believe in miracles. So don’t sell me up the river just yet. Alright?”The order came after a judge denied his bid to remain on bail while he waits for his appeal to be heard at the...Read Full Story

Wesley Snipes Ordered to Report to Jail Next Week

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Wesley Snipes has been told he must present himself to the Federal Correctional Institution McKean, a medium-security prison in Pennsylvania, by 12.00 pm on December 9 to start his sentence for tax-related crimes.The order came after a judge denied his bid to remain on bail while he waits for his appeal to be heard at the US Supreme Court.The Hollywood actor was originally found guilty of having "wilfully neglected" to file tax returns for the years 1999, 2000 and 2001 by a US court in April...Read Full Story

Wesley Snipes In Federal Custody, 'In Transit' to Prison

By Deena Bustillo on
Wesley Snipes is on his way to federal prison today to begin his 3-year sentence for tax crimes, reports TMZ. The actor is now in custody and "in transit" to the prison after a judge ordered him to surrender earlier today. Wesley Snipes (Getty) He was found guilty of tax evasion crimes in 2008 and has spent the last few years trying to get the charges appealed. Well, no such luck. Today the US District Court judge decided enough's enough and ordered his surrender.The 17-page order from the...Read Full Story

Wesley Snipes Calling for Mistrial in His Tax Evasion Conviction

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With his legal options narrowing, Wesley Snipes is throwing a hail mary, calling for a mistrial in his conviction for tax evasion.The Demolition Man star -- who was handed a three-year sentence by US courts in April 2008 after he was found to have “wilfully neglected” to file his income tax return -- insists his trial wasn’t fair because some jurors were prejudiced against him.He has already been granted numerous postponements in starting his sentence, which was most recently due to begin on...Read Full Story

Wesley Snipes' Camp: 'We are Extremely Disappointed' By Court Decision

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Wesley Snipes was sentenced to 3 years in jail for tax evasion back in 2008, and since then the case has been tied up in appeals. But, just last week the Blade star's appeal got denied by the Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. So, his sentence will stick and the actor will be heading to prison in the not-so-distant future. Appeal judges wrote: "The district court acted well within its considerable discretion in sentencing Snipes to thirty-six months in prison. If the defendant's crime...Read Full Story

Wesley Snipes Is Optimistic About Jail Prospects

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Wesley Snipes was sentenced to three years in prison for willful failure to file federal income tax returns in April 2008, but he currently remains free on bail to appeal the conviction. Still, the actor insists he's an “eternal optimist” who doesn’t worry about what the future holds.When asked how he will cope if he does go to prison, he said: “Very well. I have a great spiritual foundation, I am an eternal optimist, and I don’t always buy into the illusions. I am in the illusion business...Read Full Story