Posts tagged with ‘sylvester stallone

Stallone and DeNiro are getting back into the boxing ring with ‘Grudge Match’

Two actors that have played two of the most iconic boxers in movie history are about to return to the ring in the movie ‘Grudge Match’. Sylvester Stallone, who once played Rocky Balboa and Robert DeNiro, who played boxing legend Jake LaMotte in Raging Bull, will be airing their differences fist to face, despite both men getting up there in years.

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Sylvester Stallone is moving forward with his ‘Hunter’ movie

Way back before the latest Rambo movie hit theaters, Sylvester Stallone originally had the idea that he wanted to base the movie on the novel ‘Hunter’, which would have pit Rambo against some evil mutant best in the wilds of the Pacific northwest. That idea was killed, Rambo was just Rambo, but now Stallone wants to do a separate adaptation of Hunter.

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Arnold and Stallone get shoulder surgery together like a couple of bros
This is what happens when you let old guys make action movies. After they were done shooting Expendables 2, both actors realized they needed some shoulder work done after all that ass kicking.
"After all the action, stunts [and] physical abuse shooting ‘The Expendables 2’ and ‘The Last Stand’, it was time for a little tune up on my shoulder," Arnold writes on WhoSay. "Look who was coincidentally waiting in line behind me for his shoulder surgery."
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Arnold and Stallone get shoulder surgery together like a couple of bros

This is what happens when you let old guys make action movies. After they were done shooting Expendables 2, both actors realized they needed some shoulder work done after all that ass kicking.

"After all the action, stunts [and] physical abuse shooting ‘The Expendables 2’ and ‘The Last Stand’, it was time for a little tune up on my shoulder," Arnold writes on WhoSay. "Look who was coincidentally waiting in line behind me for his shoulder surgery."

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Sylvester Stallone is producing “Rocky: The Musical” It’s a jump to the left and a step to the… sorry, wrong Rocky

Unbowed by the failure of the Spider-Man musical, Sylvester Stallone announced earlier this week that he’s teaming up with world champion boxing brothers Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko to make a musical version of his Oscar-winning boxing film Rocky.

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Stallone designs a really ugly pen, calls it “Chaos”, I’m not loving it
For some reason, Sylvester Stallone designed this fountain pen with skulls and dragons and snakes and shit on it, and while I’m sure it’s a fine writing implement, and while I’m not normally one to shit all over someone putting skulls and snakes on things, this pen is just sort of hideous. It looks like some cheap POS for sale in a plastic cup in a truck stop.
And yet it’s $5000. And Stallone looks like a total sissy holding it. 
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Stallone designs a really ugly pen, calls it “Chaos”, I’m not loving it

For some reason, Sylvester Stallone designed this fountain pen with skulls and dragons and snakes and shit on it, and while I’m sure it’s a fine writing implement, and while I’m not normally one to shit all over someone putting skulls and snakes on things, this pen is just sort of hideous. It looks like some cheap POS for sale in a plastic cup in a truck stop.

And yet it’s $5000. And Stallone looks like a total sissy holding it. 

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Two great things happened in 1984. I was born, and Rhinestone came out. Why it didn’t grab the Oscar that year is beyond me. Allow me to plead my case.

Suck on 2:40, Salieri.

Sylvester Stallone in Cobra, the comic book version from Hungary
The 1986 film Cobra isn’t always Stallone’s best known role, but it’s one that Hungary certainly hasn’t forgotten. Even if you don’t read Hungarian, you’ll want to check out Cobra, the comic book version, because ass kicking is the international language.
Thanks to Darsh for the link.

Sylvester Stallone in Cobra, the comic book version from Hungary

The 1986 film Cobra isn’t always Stallone’s best known role, but it’s one that Hungary certainly hasn’t forgotten. Even if you don’t read Hungarian, you’ll want to check out Cobra, the comic book version, because ass kicking is the international language.

Thanks to Darsh for the link.

Stallone realizes that his dreams of directing an Edgar Allan Poe biopic may not happen. Wait, what?

In the “that’s news to me” category, Sylvester Stallone yesterday said that he’s always wanted to direct a biopic of author Edgar Allan Poe, but doesn’t think it’ll ever happen because Poe fans would “tear him apart” for what he’d do with it.

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IHC Reviews The Expendables with a shotgun and a hunting knife in my teeth

Sylvester Stallone, with The Expendables, AKA “The Gun Show”, has done one of the greatest feats of casting since It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, bringing together some of the most bad ass, musclebound action heroes of the last 15 to 20 years in one film, under one roof. The Expendables has bad writing peppered with some funny one-liners, a plot that looks stripped straight out of a late 80s made for TV low budget action movie, but you won’t be watching The Expendables for the writing. You’ll be watching The Expendables for the ass-kicking, sweaty testosterone-filled, skull-crushing action. And it does have that.

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IHC imagines The Expendables in the decade it should have happened: The 1980s

Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables opens up in two weeks and that’s awesome and all. I fully expect it to be the most fist-pumping testosterone-filled movie in a long, long time, but when I see old man Stallone pumped up with HGH and old boring governator Schwarzeneggar in the trailers or in the posters, it makes me think that someone should have put together this film in the 1980s.

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