Update on “Expendables” Screenplay Suit

On December 31, 2013, Entertainment Law Digest posted a piece titled, “Here’s Hollywood!  Credits…Money… Truth.” 

The piece is about the lawsuit Millennium Films filed against screenwriter, David Callaham and the Writers Guild, “claiming the Guild falsely gave him (Callaham) sole credit for the story and top credit for the screenplay of the 2010 movie “The Expendables,” though Sylvester Stallone was its primary writer… Stallone is not a party to the lawsuit.

This will be interesting to see how it plays out.


Sly and Fans!

I recently received the following e-mail along with these two candid photos of Sly (and other candids of  Álvaro with Steve Austin, Terry Crews and other Expendables cast members). - Craig

Hello! Craig my name is Álvaro Arruda, I am a friend of Betty I had the opportunity for knowing great part of the cast of the movie The Mercenaries in the Rio of January, it would like spreading very much my photos in the StalloneZone for kindness. I am a great fan of the Sly I travelled four days of bus in order that know this great star that for me and one of the biggest actors of the present, which was very nice and I managed to carry out my dream to take away photos and to know the wings.
I am of Rafts me her, student of Agronomic Engineering I am 28 years old, Want to congratulate every team of the StalloneZone my weekly newspaper. Thank you!

5 Essential Sylvester Stallone Films

On January 30, 2013, AZCentral.com posted 5 Essential Sylvester Stallone FilmsTheir choices [with embeded trailers]:

  1. Rocky
  2. First Blood
  3. Cop Land
  4. Rocky Balboa
  5. The Expendables
While it would be hard to argue with their list, I think I would pair Rocky/Rocky Balboa and First Blood / Rambo.  This would open up two slots and I’d add: Get Carter and Nighthawks. - Craig