Zombieland: Double Tap includes a passing Wesley Snipes joke, one that’s connected to the narrative premise.
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But there’s a deeper meaning as well, and it's relevant to actor Woody Harrelson's cinematic past.
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Harrelson and company temporarily live at The White House in Zombieland: Double Tap.
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The open establishes the inciting incident and sets up Harrelson's Oval Office joke.
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Harrelson's Tallahassee "pardons" actor Wesley Snipes, who was sentenced to three years in prison for tax evasion in 2008.
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Snipes and Harrelson co-starred in the 1992 comedy White Men Don't Jump.
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Snipes and Harrelson reunited for the 1995 film Money Train. Harrelson pays homage to Snipes with his Zombieland 2 joke.
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