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Thursday, October 4, 2007

Karma Is A Biyaaatch....

It’s going to take a miracle for Wesley Snipes to get out of his tax evasion charges. Unfortunately, it’s not going to be the Miracle at St. Anna.

The actor was forced to drop out of a potentially career-rejuvenating role in Spike Lee’s latest joint, the World War II drama Miracle at St. Anna. Snipes was unable to commit to shooting the film in Italy due to his pending trial on a litany of tax-evading charges.

Snipes, 45, is accused of attempting to swindle the Internal Revenue Service out of $12 million in fraudulent refunds in 1996 and 1997, and not filing any returns from 1999 to 2004.

Snipes’ loss is Derek Luke’s gain. He’s now slated to play the role originally intended for Snipes. But are they rewriting the part to make the character younger and better looking?


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Invisible Woman said...

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Simo said...

Ooo always so controversial, IW! :)

Anyway, on topic, this isnt the only movie Wesley had to miss because of his IRS problems. He had to hand over his role in Danny Glover's Toussaint bc filming was overseas.

Its a shame really, he was a nice balance from all the Nick Cannons and Cuba Goodings in Hollywood.

Invisible Woman said...

Really? Thanks for the info Simo, I had no idea....he seems to have come back to black cinema just a little bit too late!