Tag: Sylvester Stallone
I'd start this review off with a strong "Sylvester Stallone is back," but it's just not true. He's very much been in the limelight recently. The 67-year old actor won't be held down by his age. After a 3-year hiatus back in 2003, he returned to the ring by acting in and directing Rocky Balboa. Not content to just re-visit one of his most well-known characters, Stallone also put the headband back on for a fourth helping of First Blood in Rambo.
A new installment in the Rocky Franchise is meant to spin-off a new film series starring Michael B. Jordan as the grandson of Apollo Creed. Come inside to check out all the details we know so far!
After nearly 30 years of discussion about a possible Stallone/Schwarzenegger co-starring vehicle, two of the biggest actions stars of the 80s are finally uniting for a movie together. The film has undergone a title change and gotten a new release date.
Sylvester Stallone's latest revenge focused flicked, Bullet to the Head, is coming to blu-ray this July, and Warner Bros. has just announced all the details that will be coming with the blu-ray and exactly when you'll be able to get your hands on it.
When The Expendables hit theaters, action enthusiasts didn't think it could get any better. Sylvester Stallone managed to recruit a majority of the action stars of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s in one movie. Not only did he accomplish this feat, but he constructed the perfect homage to the great action films of the 1980s which featured unapologetic, politically incorrect, and gratuitous violence that made many an adolescent boy and grown men alike smile from ear to ear.
The Terminator himself has taken to his Twitter account to post an image from the set of the currently filming Expendables 2 to show off your favorite aging action stars.
Documentaries that follow the making of films tend to be boring, promotional "fluff" pieces that end up as special features on a DVD. In rare cases, a "making of" documentary becomes a great film itself, and is every bit as riveting and entertaining as the film it is based on. Inferno, a ninety minute documentary on the making of The Expendables, is such a film.