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April 5, 2016
 

Wesley Snipes Enters “The Temple”

A new Wesley Snipes movie is always good news and today it looks like he is joining a film called Temple.

It’s a thriller from Countdown director John Stockwell and tells the story of a team of trained operatives who find themselves trapped inside an isolated military compound after its artificial intelligence is suddenly shut down—and then begin to experience strange and horrific phenomena.

The cast also includes Anne Heche, David Annable, and Seth Rollins.

Sounds intriguing and as long as get to see Wesley kick some ass then I’ve got my money’s worth.

On a side note, what is Snipes’ best film? That’s a toughie for me but it’s between Blade, Demolition Man and White Men Can’t Jump.

 

Source: Arrow in the Head



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