The cast of "The Expendables 2" say they're giving co-star and writer Sylvester Stallone space after the death of his son last month.
Family and friends mourned the son of movie star Sylvester Stallone at a private funeral over the weekend, one week after he was found dead in his Los Angeles homes.
The 'Rocky' actor has been left devastated by the sudden death of his oldest son, Sage
Body bags not included.
It all started 35 years ago and since then Sly Stallone has been at the heart of the six Rocky movies and there is a chance of another.
The regrettable spat that has erupted between our Prime Minister and the French President prompts some in the Tory ranks to excitably predict that their man would come out on top in the event of historic hostilities ever having to get physical again.
John Travolta has been added to the cast of 'Expendables 2'.
The Week in Arts
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Readers review this week's big film
Did you really think the macho overkill of 1980s cinema had been terminated? As 'The Expendables' lumbers on to the big screen, Shane Danielsen laments the return of the steroidal action epic
The longer the EMBLB defy the whims of fashion and refuse to die, the more they feel like a minor national treasure.
Stallone and Schwarzenegger are back in The Expendables, just one of a slew of macho, retro blockbusters this summer. Is it a response to the 'war on terror'? An antidote to the credit crunch? No, says Geoffrey Macnab – audiences just love an adrenalin rush
The Couch Surfer: We should expect one bad film, one good film, and one so-bad-it’s-good-film from the genre
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