Even the ridiculously attractive can be homeless.
“Rocky” soundtrack songs are as integral to the movie franchise as anything else in this story of a small time boxe fighting his way to the top. Throughout the five…
Is it a compliment to make this list?
There have been many fantastic best picture winners over the years that have taken home gold statues from the Oscars. The movies are always in a variety of genres, from…
Stallone. Statham. Travolta. Schwarzenegger. Van Damme. Willis. Chuck Mother#@ing Norris.
The best boxing movie ever made was "Rocky," and here are some Rocky Balboa quotes from the franchise. Rocky was a struggling boxer trying to get his shot at the…
It’s untitled cause middle America can’t handle the awesome imagery of ‘Bullet Through the Head’.
Director: Frank Coraci Cast: Adam Sandler, Sylvester Stallone, Rosario Dawson, Cher, Kevin James Synopsis: The animals at one particular zoo decide to break their code of silence in order to…
She got her looks from her mom.
Joining Simon West, the whole cast is coming back. Though another Schwarzenegger cameo is a bit up in the air right now.
Sweet, Kangy goodness.
Rocky’s brought back an old producer pal-o for his New Orleans hitman movie.
I’m not sure I’d want anything bursting out of my skull, but seeing a chrome-plated “2” bursting out of a metal skull is pretty awesome.
"The Expendables" cast has quite the ensemble cast. Most are veteran actors, legends even, who starred in blockbuster action flicks during the 80s and early 90s. Joining these seasoned greats…
He just wants his kids back!
Totally tubular to the excellent.
Stallone “clashed creatively” with would-be director Wayne Kramer (‘Running Scared’), which I’m imagining means there was a story meeting where punches were thrown.
Let’s pray the cast lives long enough to see the movie.
Fans of explosions and arm-breakings may be upset that Sylvester Stallone will likely not be directing the sequel to his smash-hit brainchild, ‘The Expendables’.
It's much more fun to watch drama than experience it, so the 10 best family drama movies are the greatest choice. These films will leave you in suspense and keep…
The 10 best contract killers movies bring deadly excitement to audiences as these underworld cleaners do the dirty work for their prospective employers. Fans will relish the expert skill and timing as…
With ‘The Expendables’, Sylvester Stallone paid homage to the gritty, bizarrely-cast, shoot ‘em up action flicks of the 1980’s. It looks like his next will pay homage to formulaic, generic cop action dramas.
Also up for auction were cars driven by Evel Knievel, Alice Cooper and Elvis. The theme of the auction must have been “Big In The 70s.”
If you’re a man of Sylvester Stallone’s stature, you enjoy the finest things that life has to offer. Fast cars, tall women, Ed Hardy clothing, arms so veiny they look like horse c*cks, and expensive ink pens as it turns out.
Born in the Hell’s Kitchen Neighborhood of New York City and raised in Philadelphia, Sylvester Stallone has led the charge on making a name for himself in the entertainment industry. Always the lead of the 80s action pack, Stallone has now found a 2nd career revitalizing his favorite Rocky and Rambo characters for a new generation.
The Expendables put together a Blu-ray + DVD combo pack jam packed with special features that offer more than enough insight into the action and on-set camaraderie.
Sylvester Stallone choked out Julia Roberts over the weekend, and his movie also beat hers at the box office. Stallone's salute to gritty 80's action, The Expendables, easily took the top spot with $35 million. Audiences weren't as eager to see Julia Roberts get fat and f*ck. Eat, Pray, Love took the second spot with just under $24 million. Looks like the call to action worked, fellas.
Then there was Scott Pilgrim… well, Scott Pilgrim just kinda showed up, slumped its shoulders while gazing at its shoes before mumbling something about the new Arcade Fire album. Despite great reviews, producers just couldn't get fans of coin-op references and lesbian haircuts into the theater to see this one. But in all fairness, it was really sunny out in McCarren Park on Saturday. (Reuters)
R, 103m., 2010
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture, Steve Austin, Giselle Itie, Charisma Carpenter, David Zayas with Terry Crews, Eric Roberts and Mickey Rourke
Directed by Sylvester Stallone
Screenplay by David Callaham and Sylvester Stallone
There was this large plastic bin that I had growing up filled with action figures and their various weapon accessories. From Duke Nuk'em to The Terminator, the original 90s Batman series, metal figure G.I Joes, Aliens, X-Men, Biker Mice from Mars, Ghostbusters, Toxic Crusaders and others that I have now forgot. They traveled with me wherever I moved during those years. They were my friends, enemies, and characters to create.
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While Sylvester Stallone may have ruled out Rambo V, he certainly hasn't ruled out another film involving the iconic character. In an interview with Empire, Stallone left the door for a prequel wide open.
"I certainly think this is worth pondering," was his response. "It's intriguing to find the whys and wherefores of how peope have become what they are. The traumas, the loss and the tragedy of being in Vietnam would certainly be a great challenge for a young actor, and it would be ironic that Rambo directs younger Rambo having played it for twenty years plus…"
I, for one, would love to see Rambo's backstory developed into a feature-length film. But in order to get people interested, there has to be a twist. For example, what if Rambo's psychotic tendencies stemmed not from his service in Vietnam, but rather from an ill-fated childhood field-trip to J. Edger Hoovers' office?
I've got cinematography skillz.
While at Comic-Con, I attended a party for The Expendables where Dolph Lundgren, Terry Crews, Randy Couture, and Steve Austin presented an Action Hero Hall of Fame Award to Sylvester Stallone. He's the first recipient, so I'm not sure how prestigious it is. Guess it all depends on who receives it next year. If it's Luke Wilson for his work in Blue Streak then I'll know it's legit.
Check out the shakey, blurry video after the jump…