On February 16, 2014, the New York Post ran an article titled Hollywood Loves Its Aging Action Heroes by Reed Tucker. It is worth a read.
Here are two tidbits….
- The biggest names in action movies today are virtually identical to the 1980s and early 1990s. Sylvester Stallone is 67. Arnold Schwarzenegger is 66. Liam Neeson is 61. Wee pup Bruce Willis is 58.
- Take Schwarzenegger and Stallone’s “Escape Plan.” The 2013 movie earned just $25 million stateside, leading many critics to label it a bomb. But it earned $110 million overseas.
TMZ posted a brief video of Sly (with his family in the front) along with Mel Gibson and even Dog the Bounty Hunter at a recent charity event featuring a Kiss concert. - Craig
On January 20, 2014, HeyUGuys posted a video interview with Sly and Robert De Niro where they talk about Grudge Match, tough guys and Martin Scorsese
How do you like the Expendables 3 character poster?
Here’s a bigger version.
Sly recently shared how he broke his finger while trying to block a penalty kick by Pele during the filming of Victory.
Here our Grudge Match news for the week…
SZoner, Robert Federico sent in the photo above taken when he attended An Evening with Sylvester Stallone. Here’s your news for the week about the event…
Last night Sly and Robert Deniro made a surprise appearance on Saturday Night Live. They joined John Goodman in a funny skit titled Three Wise Guys.
On December 9, 2013, Yahoo! Movies posted Five Things You Don’t Know About Sylvester Stallone. Obviously this list wasn’t meant for SZoners. ; )
Here’s your Homefront news for the week…