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Jackie Chan and Sylvester Stallone Will Fight the Terrorists in ‘Ex-Baghdad’
Jackie Chan and Sylvester Stallone Will Fight the Terrorists in ‘Ex-Baghdad’
Martial arts expert and outspoken proponent of condom usage Jackie Chan is at it again, raring and ready to kick some enemy buttock even as he ages into his mid-sixties. The actor has kept up a steady stream of feature work (only some of which requires him to play chauffeur to a real live lion) and is currently preparing to re-mount his his kids’ cartoon series The Jackie Chan Adventures, but ever the work-horse, Chan’s just announced another new project. And what’s more, his next mission will pair him with a partner all too familiar to Eastern and Western audiences alike.
Sylvester Stallone Exits ‘The Expendables’ Franchise
Sylvester Stallone Exits ‘The Expendables’ Franchise
They might be called The Expendables, but the team is losing one of its key members as Sylvester Stallone is officially parting ways with the franchise he helped create. Following a crucial dispute over the creative direction for the fourth chapter in the ensemble action series, Stallone has walked away from the project — and from what would be his biggest paycheck yet, which says something substantial about his stake in the franchise.
Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone Will Return for More Marvel Movies
Kurt Russell and Sylvester Stallone Will Return for More Marvel Movies
As someone who loves Kurt Russell more than I love my own wife (don’t tell her), nothing could have made me more excited for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 than the addition of Russell. Not only is Russell’s love of dim-witted characters a perfect match for the universe that director James Gunn has created, the film will also hopefully  —  and I cannot believe I’m saying this  —  introduce the actor to a generation of movie fans who have never seen iconic films like Escape From New York and, more importantly, Big Trouble in Little China.
‘Creed’ Sequel Scheduled for 2017 Release, Probably Without Director Ryan Coogler
‘Creed’ Sequel Scheduled for 2017 Release, Probably Without Director Ryan Coogler
Just last week, Sylvester Stallone — make that Golden Globe award-winner Sylvester Stallone — tossed out some ideas for a Creed sequel, which didn’t seem so far-fetched given the critical and commercial success of Creed. As expected, today comes word that MGM has their sights set on a 2017 release for the sequel, which may very well happen without one key ingredient: director Ryan Coogler.
Sylvester Stallone Won’t Be Involved With FOX’s ‘Rambo’ TV Series At All
Sylvester Stallone Won’t Be Involved With FOX’s ‘Rambo’ TV Series At All
The announcement that a proposed Rambo legacyquel had landed at FOX brought uncertainty that Sylvester Stallone himself would reprise the role, despite being attached as executive producer. Now, it seems the former John Rambo won’t have any involvement with the series whatsoever, which could well draw final blood from New Blood.
Don’t Be a Bum, Check Out These 10 ‘Rocky’ Facts
Don’t Be a Bum, Check Out These 10 ‘Rocky’ Facts
Sylvester Stallone became a star playing Rocky Balboa, but did you know that United Artists wanted to buy Stallone’s script for Rocky and cast another actor in the title role? Before they finally agreed to let Stallone have the part, they tried to cast actors like Robert Redford, Burt Reynolds, and James Caan. That’s just one of the facts crammed into the latest episode of You Think You Know Movies, which goes the distance on the original 1976 classic, Rocky.
Stallone Scores With 'Creed'
Stallone Scores With 'Creed'
“The way I imagine it, after the fight, he’s riding home in a cab, with the roar of the people chanting ‘Rocky!’ still in his ears. And he just drops over dead. In other words, he has achieved everything possible and he dies when he’s on top. I don’t think people want to see Rocky when he’s 80.”
Tourists Run Up ‘Rocky’ Steps, Find Stallone, Take Luckiest Picture Ever
Tourists Run Up ‘Rocky’ Steps, Find Stallone, Take Luckiest Picture Ever
Tourists run up the “Rocky Steps” and find Sylvester Stallone at the top http://t.co/IigVopvkfJ pic.twitter.com/OarnTghm4Z — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) January 21, 2015   While on vacation a group of tourists, who were climbing the iconic "Rocky" steps in Philadelphia, got to take a souvenir with them-- a photo with the one and only Rocky Balboa. ...
Sylvester Stallone Promises More ‘Rambo’ (After He First Makes More ‘Rocky’)
Sylvester Stallone Promises More ‘Rambo’ (After He First Makes More ‘Rocky’)
“Nothing is over!” These are the words of Col. John J Rambo, the hero of ‘First Blood’ (better known as ‘Rambo’) and then ‘Rambo: First Blood Part II’ and then ‘Rambo III’ (the only one people call by its actual title and then ‘Rambo’ (better known as ‘Old Rambo’). After what basically amounts to a movie-long chase, ‘First Blood’ concludes with a heartfelt speech from star Sylvester Stallone, explaining how nothing (meaning the Vietnam War) is over for him; that his mind is too scarred from his brutal deeds and by the cruel treatment he’s received on the homefront. It’s a powerful (if occasionally incomprehensible) scene.

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