Tag: Sylvester Stallone

Tulsa King Trailer Stakes Out New Territory

Sylvester Stallone is stomping onto another streaming service. A trailer for the upcoming Paramount+ series Tulsa King was released earlier today. Created by Taylor Sheridan, writer of Sicario, Hell or High Water, and Yellowstone, Tulsa King stars Stallone as a Mafia capo who gets out of prison only...

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Samaritan Trailer Makes Stallone Super

Sylvester Stallone is taking his piece of the comic book pie, as Amazon has released a trailer for their upcoming superhero film Samaritan. Samaritan stars Stallone as a garbage man whom a neighborhood child recognizes as a superhero everyone thinks is dead. Based on the comic book by Schut, Marc Ol...

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Chris Pratt is a Cool Dad; Twitter Melts Down

Chris Pratt sparked a debate again. This time, it was something he said during an appearance on Smartless, a podcast hosted by Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, and Will Arnett. (By the way, Chris Pratt hates gay people so much that he appeared on a podcast hosted by Sean Hayes.) When asked about his plans...

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Sylvester Stallone Will Star in TV Series Kansas City

Sylvester Stallone is headed to streaming. Deadline exclusively reports that Stallone will star in and produce a TV series called Kansas City with fellow producers Tyler Sheridan and Terence Winter, as well as 101 Studios. Stallone will play a gangster from New York who relocates to Kansas City, Mis...

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Expendables 4 Locks and Loads

Barney Ross is calling in his friends – some of them, anyway – because Lionsgate and Millennium Media have announced details about the long-awaited (by some, myself included) The Expendables 4. The film will begin shooting in October and see Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, and...

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REVIEW: The Suicide Squad (2021)

“Hello, I’m Johnny Cash.” When a movie about supervillains in a comic book world opens with “Folsom Prison Blues” playing over bad guy Savant (Michael Rooker) tossing a bouncy ball around, you know you’re in for something different. The first 15 minutes of James G...

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