Category: Unmade Films

Sly Stallone Starring in “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” Video!

Most fans of this site have probably seen the poster for Stallone in Terminator 2: Judgment Day.  (You definitely did if you saw Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Last Action Hero.)  Now, thanks to Ctrl Shift Face we can see what the Stallone Terminator 2 movie would have looked like.

Oh, and if you like the Stallone Terminator 2: Judgment Day poster, click on it to see a apocalyptic-sized version.

The Wild, Untold Story of “The Good Life”

Illustration by Simon Hayes

Christopher McKittrick’s The Wild, Untold Story of The Good Life at Little White Lies is an interesting profile of a “lost” Sylvester Stallone film.  Most Stallone fans have heard of (although never seen) The Good Life, a film starring Frank Stallone, Burt Young, Andrew Dice Clay, David Carradine, Beverly D’Angelo, Frank Vincent, Tony Sirico and former middleweight boxing champ Vinny Pazienza.  It even featured a cameo by Frank’s brother Sly.

Because the film was low-budget and for the opportunity to work with Frank, Sly agreed to his cameo in The Good Life for some golf clubs and the understanding that he wouldn’t be featured prominently in advertisements for the film.  Unfortunately, the film was promoted making it look as if Sly had a much larger, if not starring role in the film.  And that’s when things went off the rails.  Before it was over several lawsuits were filed, an agreement was reached and The Good Life was shelved.

Years ago, I asked Frank Stallone if he thought the film would ever be released.  He said it was highly unlikely.

Maybe someday enough time will have passed and a new agreement could be worked out so that The Good Life gets released.

If you’ve read this far, you’ll definitely want to click over to McKittrick’s  The Wild, Untold Story of The Good Life.

Thanks to Chris Heathcoat for finding and sharing the article.

Sly and the Family Stallone News for the Week…

Sly and the Family Stallone News for the Week…

Stallone “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” Pin by Matt Ryan Tobin

Hero Complex Gallery decided to recognize director John McTiernan with their last showing of the year.  Click over and you will find some very cool Die Hard, Predator, Last Action Hero, Hunt for Red October original art, prints, pins and more.

What I thought fans here would dig most is the Stallone Terminator 2: Judgment Day pin by Matt Ryan Tobin.

Source: /Film.

Sly and the Family Stallone News for the Week…


Sly and the Family Stallone News for the Week…

Sly Stallone Event Raises $100, 000 for Charity


On February 24, 2012, The Spec.com posted a piece titled Sylvester Stallone Event Raises $100, 000 for Charity.  Here are some highlights:

  • “Rocky is done,” Stallone told about 900 people who paid to hear him in support of the Canadian Diabetes Association.
  • Stallone, in a question and answer session with movie critic Brian Johnson, did not rule out making another Rambo film.
  • Stallone said he did not set out to become an action star and that he was the 11th actor offered the role of Rambo in First Blood.
  • He has starred with such actors as Robert De Niro, but admitted to turning down roles in movies which could have changed his career. He turned down appearing in two Quentin Tarantino movies, as well as American Gigolo, An Officer and a Gentleman and Coming Home. He said turning down the latter film “was very foolish,” but he admitted he had his doubts if he could have been good enough for the searing drama, which eventually starred Jon Voight, Jane Fonda and Bruce Dern.