Is it just us or is Karl Urban doing a mediocre impression of Christian Bale's Batman in the first TV spot for Dredd 3D (above)?
We're getting close to the end of the summer, so Lionsgate is rolling out a movie they figured couldn't compete with the rest of the seasons blockbusters. Here's hoping for the best.
Since they had to stick "3D" into the title in an attempt to lure audiences into the theater on September 21, our expectations aren't too high. Just in case you have high hopes that Hollywood can resurrect the franchise Sylvester Stallone and the director of I Still Know What You Did Last Summer killed off in 1995, here ya go!
And that's not a spoiler, folks! At least not from us.
The first trailer (above) for Sylvester Stallone's Bullet To The Head clearly shows him blowing away Christian Slater with a shotgun.
He's also got a hot tattooed daughter to rescue from the hands of warrior-king of the nomadic Dothraki tribe, Khal Drogo, and an Asian
sidekick cop from Florida to help him do it.
And ladies! Stallone's next action flick is the perfect Valentine's Day gift for men since it hits theaters next year on February 1.
In the meantime, your boyfriends will be begging you to watch the action hero fight alongside many other veterans of the genre this weekend since the The Expendables 2 is now in theaters.
Looks like four years of the toughest training ever gets you more than a whole bunch of Olympic medals!
Ryan Lochte went to the premiere of The Expendables 2!
The lucky Olympian got to walk the red (in this case black) carpet with Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean-Claude Van Damme and more!
So cool that he got to hang out with so many HUGE action stars!
We bet many of them were really excited to meet the gold medalist too.
Must've been so much fun but Lochte earned it, he made his whole country proud!
Way to go, Ryan!
[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.]
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Before 2010's The Expendables, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone had never even been onscreen together!
But now the '80s powerhouses are gearing up for their third collaboration, a prison-bound action film called The Tomb!
Seems like Ah-nold and Sly are practically inseparable now! Probably their personal gravity! LOLz!
In The Tomb, Stallone will play a
The Expendables 2 hasn't even hit theaters yet, but action fans will already be anticipating a third installment after hearing the BIG names that may join the cast!
We thought Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Jet Li, Jason Statham and Dolph Lundgren in the same action movie was epic, but producer Avi Lerner has blown our minds with the possibilities that lie ahead.
He revealed that he has already cast Nicolas Cage in a role while his sights are also set on Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford AND Wesley Snipes!
Here's what he said in a recent interview:
There's no doubt about it: Sylvester Stallone is having a terrible summer.
Following the untimely death of his son, Sage, the action star's 48-year-old half-sister was admitted to the hospital two weeks ago as her lung and liver cancer conditions worsened.
But despite Toni Ann Filiti's deteriorating health, Stallone put on the happiest face he could find to attend the Paris premiere of The Expendables 2.
Still, it's pretty obvious that there is still a huge hole in his heart just by looking at his face in these pics. His suit may match his pal Arnold Schwarzenegger's, but his enthusiasm sure doesn't.
Aww! We can't imagine how hard it is to attend these events while in mourning and hoping against all hope that he doesn't lose another family member.
We respect the effort though and wish his family the best — especially Toni!
[Image via WENN.]
How can you blame him??
Sylvester Stallone lost his eldest son on July 13, and unless you want to count Sage's funeral, the "devastated and grief-stricken" father has yet to make a public appearance since.
Skipping out on promotional events for The Expendables 2, Sylvie doesn't plan on attending the El Lay premiere next week, either.
But his co-stars totally understand. Dolph Lundgren explains: