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WWE Rumors Round-Up: Top Star Returning, WWE Legend In ‘Expendables 4,’ IC Match At ‘Elimination Chamber’ Forced To Change

More rumors are flying around the wrestling world, and they have nothing to do with the recent Ring of Honor to Destination America bombshell dropped today. WWE has a lot going on with Elimination Chamber just a few days away and one superstar possibly not being able to participate in a big match. Show More Summary

Newswire: Hulk Hogan will play the villain in The Expendables 4, according to Hulk Hogan

Former wrestling star Hulk Hogan may play the bad guy in a potential fourth Expendables movie, according to famed entertainment industry insider “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan. Speaking to fans at the U.K.’s annual Body Power Expo, Hogan revealed...Show More Summary

Hulk Hogan Says He Might Be "Expendables 4" Villain

Pro-wrestling veteran Hulk Hogan says he's spoken with Sylvester Stallone about playing the heavy in "The Expendables 4."

Hulk Hogan Has Talked With Sylvester Stallone About Being an ‘Expendables’ Villain

When we watch Rocky III, we see icons Mr. T and Hulk Hogan fighting Sylvester Stallone. Both actors became international superstars after the film, but at the time of release, neither was a known quantity. Hogan himself credits Rocky III with helping launch him to superstardom. Show More Summary

Hulk Hogan To Join ‘The Expendables 4’?

yesterdayHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

1980’s action flicks were truly their own genre.  Generally, these movies focused more on flash than substance and the movie-going public ate them up like candy.  There is still quite an audience for this type of film and every year, it seems that audiences flock to movies that pack a punch but don’t seem to […]

'Expendables 4' to Feature Hulk Hogan as a Villain?

Actor and pro wrestling legend Hulk Hogan teases that he may play 'the most evil man in the world' in Sylvester Stallone's 'Expendables 4'.

Hulk Hogan For The Expendables 4? Here's What He Said

The Expendables 4 isn’t guaranteed. The films in Sylvester Stallone’s aging-action-hero franchise have made less and less money over the years, with the latest chapter earning an embarrassing $39.3 million domestically. That stings. Show More Summary

How Can You Get a 3D Printed Jason Statham Mask?

If you’ve ever watched The Transporter, Crank, or The Expendables and wished you were Jason Statham, then we have some good news. Thanks to a pretty odd promotion from 20th Century Fox for next month’s action comedy Spy, you can get plans for a 3D printed Jason Statham mask. Show More Summary

3 Money Mistakes Empty Nesters Make

When kids leave home for the first time whether for college or their first apartment, many parents assume they'll have more expendable money than ever before. Having an empty nest is a financial adjustment. Here are three money mistakes...Show More Summary

Taylor Swift 'Bad Blood' music video is female 'Expendables' with pop stars

After weeks of teasing fans with "Sin City"-esque promotional posters, Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" music video is here and it is as awesome as you'd expect.Swift opened 2015 Billboard Music Awards with the action-packed clip and recruited all of her best friends to help with the project. Show More Summary

Victor Ortiz claims 'the world wants' a Mayweather rematch

Victor Ortiz may have finally lost it for good, but you can't blame a fighter for trying to once again salvage his career. You might remember Victor Ortiz, the fighter once nicknamed "Vicious," a cast member of The Expendables 3, "Dancing with the Stars" contestant, schiller of FaceLube, and second round knockout victim of Luis Collazo. Show More Summary

Ramadi Falls to ISIS

Previously, Pentagon officials serving Obama had been skeptical that the capital of the Anbar province would fall. Previously, Obama's decision-making indicated that he thought the provincial capital was expendable. And now, Ramadi has fallen to ISIS. Islamic State fighters took...

Manny Pacquiao Not in 'Expendables 4' Confirms Stallone

After originally teasing that Manny Pacquiao may have a role in 'The Expendables 4', Sylvester Stallone reveals the boxer was never cast.

It's Time To Get Over Being Over IPAs

last weekSports : Deadspin

Despite all the breath chumps like me expend talking about sours and pilsners and whatever else we’ve decided is cool on any given day, India pale ales are still the best-selling category of craft beer. Sometimes it’s hard to think of...Show More Summary

The Blob’ Origins Revealed As Samuel L. Jackson Absorbed Into Cast!

Back in January we revealed that Goldcrest Films would be co-producing the long-gestured update of 1958 horror/sci-fi classic The Blob, which once had Rob Zombie attached to direct. Simon West (Wild Card, The Mechanic, Expendables 2) is getting behind the camera for the modern take, which will star Samuel L. Jackson. Jackson has been on […]

Jon Snow Is Not Dead (Yet)

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In a show where everyone is expendable, Game of Thrones star Kit Harington has proven to be the ultimate survivor. But can he make it to the end?

Sylvester Stallone: Manny Pacquiao Will NOT Be in 'The Expendables 4'

Poor Pacman is just full of fail lately. Not that it would be a career high for Manny Pacquiao to join "The Expendables." That would be sad. He may even be declared the winner to miss this fight. But rumors were flying that Manny would join "Expendables 4"... Show More Summary

Sylvester Stallone -- I'm Not Putting Manny Pacquiao In 'Expendables 4'

More heartbreaking news for the Philippines... Manny Pacquiao is OUT of "Expendables 4." In fact, Sylvester Stallone tells TMZ Sports he was never really IN in the first place.  Rumors have been circulating for…

Coming to Terms With the Past, as a Citizen, a Writer and a Human Being

"Vergangenheitsbew?ltigung" is a coinage in German that is used to mean something like "coming to terms with the past." That is the major theme of post-World War II German literature, but, considering the effort that was expended, leading literary figures have done a remarkably poor job of it. Show More Summary

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