The "Strike Back" veteran talks about the new NBC action thriller, performing his own stunts and starring opposite Wesley Snipes.
Stars Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester and producer John Rogers build a conspiracy from the ground up in the Vegas-set drama.
The action-movie veteran talked at Comic-Con International about returning to television in the new NBC thriller, and his "favorable discussions" with Marvel about Blade.
Snipes revealed that he has had conversations about doing either more "Blade" films or another project with Marvel Studios.
While promoting "The Player" at Comic-Con International, Wesley Snipes said he's met with Marvel about potentially returning to "Blade."
With an ensemble cast so large that many of its players have little to do, the latest installment of Sylvester Stallone’s action franchise is satisfying despite itself.
The Expendables 3 actor points to his time as the day-walking vampire hunter as the launch point for Marvel's current success.
What the latest trailer for The Expendables 3 lacks in new footage it make up for with the addition of Terry Crews.
The first full-length trailer is filled with explosions, gunfire, over-the-top stunts ... and a generous amount of Kelsey Grammer.
A new teaser trailer runs down an all-star cast that includes Sylvester Stallone, Wesley Snipes, Jason Statham, Harrison ford, Kelsey Grammer, Mel Gibson and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer confirms that Wesley Snipes, Nicolas Cage, Jackie Chan and Milla Jovovich are in 'advanced negotiations' for the third installment of the Expendables franchise.
Teasing that The Expendables 3 could be better than The Raid: Redemption Sylvester Stallone seems to confirm that Jackie Chan, Mickey Rourke and Sylvester Stallone have joined the ensemble film.