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A new rumor suggests Wesley Snipes is returning as badass vampire hunter Blade for the fourth movie in the series.
According to The New York Daily News, the comeback is "looking good," and Snipes will make $3 million from the role.
The rumor is a little shaky. Snipes has previously talked up his interest of returning as Blade, however he's not the bankable actor he once was when he debuted the role in 1998. Snipes was released in prison in 2013 after spending two and a half years locked up for tax evasion.
This week on home video, we've got a number of fairly decent smaller films and a handful of popular TV shows, but we kick things off with a sports drama directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Kevin Costner. Then, for all of you horror buffs getting ready for Halloween, Universal is releasing a number of collections dedicated to their iconic monster lineup, including a 30-film set that gathers some of the best stuff in one place.