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Sylvester Stallone, Mel Gibson, Harrison Ford & More Get Armed In New Pics From 'The Expendables 3' – Well, here's a movie that won't be playing Cannes or coming anywhere near it: "The Expendables 3." It's not high art, and these things are barely movies at all, but they do have explosions and old dudes causing those explosions and that's all some folks need. And so, a batch of new pics from the action sequel are here. 2 days 12 hours ago via jetli

Why The Expendables 3 is the Action Genre's Avengers – Interviewing movie stars is, by and large, not that intimidating. Micro-managed one-on-ones in plush surroundings, the talent slickly styled and on their best behaviour. Faced with neverending conveyor belts of press, it’s the actors who might get jittery. Sitting three feet across from Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Wesley Snipes, Dolph Lundgren, Antonio Banderas and Randy Couture, fresh off the set in full combat gear, all staring impassively as you formulate a question is another deal altogether.

3 days 11 hours ago via theothersenhman

Stallone Talks EXPENDABLES Casting Approach!! Nicholson!?!? – The third entry in the franchise arrives on screens this August. Read the full article on AICN Stallone spoke with IGN about the current approach to casting his EXPENDABLES films. Interestingly, Sly insinuates that the productions are becoming more interested in acting ability than action background - noting Kelsey Grammer’s appearance in the franchise’s third installment, due on screens this August. 3 days 12 hours ago via brucelee

'Die Hard 6' Reportedly in Development

2:19 PM 4/15/2014 by Jeff Giles
Between 1988 and 1995, Bruce Willis filmed a trilogy of Die Hard movies, and although each installment in the series amped up the action to progressively sillier levels (an upward curve that broke right off the graph with the belatedly delivered fourth and fifth chapters), those first three films are seen by many fans as the best in the franchise.

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Posted April 14th, 2014 by Binh Ngo

Breck Eisner to Direct 'Karate Kid' Sequel

1:04 PM 4/7/2014 by Jeff Giles
Jaden Smith
You may have forgotten all about the Jaden Smith-led Karate Kid re-whatever that Sony put out in 2010, but the studio hasn't, and they've just proven it by signing a director to help bring them a sequel.

"The Raid," Zombies, Boobies: Join the "Zombie Fight Club"

6:35 AM 4/6/2014 by Senh Duong
"Zombie Fight Club"
Situated just a block away from the “Kung Fu Jungle” (aka “Kung Fu Killer”) booth in the Filmart was a booth for a film intriguingly titled “Zombie Fight Club.” How can I not be interested enough to at least take a peek?


Posted April 3rd, 2014 by Binh Ngo

From La Femme Nikita and The Professional to The Fifth Element, writer/director Luc Besson has created some of the toughest, most memorable female action heroes in cinematic history. Now, Besson directs Scarlett Johansson in Lucy, an action-thriller that tracks a woman accidentally caught in a dark deal who turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic.


Exclusive: Check out four new character posters for The Expendables 3! – Hell yeah, who's ready for some more Expendables?? Today, we're debuting four new character posters from this summer's THE EXPENDABLES 3, the next entry in the classic action gods revivial franchise that tosses in all your favorite badasses from the last 30 years into one movie. Our poster roster includes Randy Couture as Toll Road, Dolph Lundgren as Gunnar Jensen, Kellan Lutz as Smilee, and... 2 weeks 3 days ago via donnieyen

Simon Yam and "The Grandmaster"'s Max Zhang Join Tony Jaa and Wu Jing in "SPL 2"

1:35 AM 4/2/2014 by Senh Duong
Simon Yam and Max Zhang in "SPL 2"
Last week, while walking around the Filmart, I picked up a promotional flyer for SPL II, a sequel to Donnie Yen’s cop thriller known for its Mixed Martial Arts infused fight choreography. It’s the first collaboration between director Wilson Yip, Sammo Hung, and Donnie Yen that would eventually lead to Ip Man. SPL wasn’t a box office hit locally, grossing a measly HK $7.4M ($1M US), but it gained a following with action fans worldwide through film festivals and home video.
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