Prepare for a Wesley Snipes tsunami: the actor looks ahead to his many upcoming projects

Wesley Snipes talks to Tom Power about his career and new film The Recall.
Wesley Snipes and Tom Power in the q studios in Toronto, Ont. (Melody Lau/CBC)

Wesley Snipes is back. The veteran Hollywood actor is in a new film, The Recall (out June 2), marking the latest step in the actor's career after some setbacks.

In the '90s, Snipes starred in a slew of cinematic box office hits including White Men Can't Jump, New Jack City, Mo' Better Blues, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar and the Blade trilogy. Snipes talks to q host Tom Power about his varied career and how he sees it progressing.

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