You know how bad we need a sequel to Karl Urban's pretty damned good Judge Dredd movie? Even Sylvester Stallone is willing to singing its praises, at least in this wonderful new Legolambs video. It's not quite the magnum opus of the Predator musical, but man, it ain't bad. Read more...
Seemingly out of nowhere, Liam Neeson has become an insanely huge action star. Echoing the greats from the 80s – Bruce Willis, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone, among others – Neeson has been viciously killing thugs worldwide. From his fight for survival against wolves in The Grey to beating the crap out of the international mafia […]
Like a shellshocked veteran unable to leave the past behind—which, you would be forgiven for forgetting, is the original premise of the series—it seems Sylvester Stallone will never escape the dark hold the Rambo movies keep on his heart. Show More Summary
Sylvester Stallone is going for blood. He's set to star and direct in the fifth Rambo sequel, which will bear the title, Rambo: Last Blood. The movie will begin shooting next month. The first Rambo film was released in 1982, starring Stallone in the titular role. Show More Summary
Back in June we heard whispers that Sylvester Stallone was prepping another installment of the Rambo franchise. And now a new rumor suggests the Rambo 5 title might be Rambo: Last Blood. That can’t be serious, can it? The rumor comes from ComingSoon where a reader named nopr100 send over the new intel. Show More Summary
Never say "die" when it comes to Sylvester Stallone and his signature film franchises. The dreadful Rocky V led to a more definitive conclusion, Rocky Balboa. The Expendables series appears like it could extend indefinitely (despite diminishing returns at the box office). Show More Summary
A new rumor suggests that Sylvester Stallone's final round with John Rambo will be called 'Rambo: Last Blood'. [...]
It was rumored back in June that work had started on another big screen entry in the Rambo franchise (launched in 1982 with First Blood). Now, thanks to reader "nopr100," we know the title! Sylvester Stallone will be heading into one last fight with Rambo: Last Blood, which he also plans to direct!
Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger and other aging action stars of “The Expendables 3” topped the box office in mainland China last week, hauling in $36.5 million in the film’s first seven days of release.
The all-singing, all-dancing stage musical adaptation of Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky may have shut down, but fans of Italian boxers bearing that name won’t have to wait long for another fix. The life of heavyweight boxer Rocky Marciano will soon be memorialized in a biopic. Show More Summary
Busloads of tourists line up every day in Philadelphia to take photos with a statue of Rocky Balboa, the fictional heavyweight fighter made famous by Sylvester Stallone.
Sylvester Stallone is yet another Hollywood star victimized by viral celebrity death hoax that has been circulating lately. The viral death hoax was tailor-made for social media network sharing. It originated from a fake Facebook page and spread like wildfire.
After the success of the most recent "Expendables" movie, new rumors surrounding the 68-year-old "elite mercenary ringleader" suggest that he is now starting to work for his upcoming return as John Rambo in a fifth installment of the Rambo movie.
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Hideous Ferrari, you ask? Yes, a hideous Ferrari. It's a Mansory 599 GTB Stallone, and presumably it shares the name of Sylvester Stallone because it too likes way too much Human Growth Hormone, and is now exhibiting the facial deformities of acromegaly. So here it is in motion. Read more...
Sylvester Stallone is currently working on his own movie biopic. According to the legendary actor’s mother, Jackie Stallone, the Rocky actor has spent the last few months working on a script that will revolve around his own upbringing and his Hollywood career. He also plans to direct the biopic too. “Sylvester is doing the story
Close to 200 Hollywood stars, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone, have signed a statement condemning the "ideologies of hatred" of militant group Hamas, and called for peace and justice in Gaza.
Contrary to social media reports, the Rocky actor has not been killed in a car accident in Australia.
Expendables 3 actor Sylvester Stallone is the latest celebrity to fall victim to a death hoax. According to BREATHEcast, a fake story about the 68-year-old Stallone being killed in a car accident in Australia hit the internet, and many believed the story. People took to social media to post tributes to the action star, even
Hollywood might be more pro-Israel than you think. Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, and Minnie Driver are just a few of the many Hollywood moguls who have signed a letter calling for peace in the middle east and an end to Hamas’ “ideology of hatred and genocide.” Stallone rarely makes political statements,