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Stallone’s Bullet in the Head is absolutely rock hard; Charlize Theron talks Mad Max; Harry Potter director David Yates hears a Voice; Ben Affleck models the 70s look in Argo; someone opens the Nightmare Box and Scout Taylor Compton and Dee Wallace rule in King.
1. Sylvester Stallone’s Bullet in the Head (formally Headshot) is gearing up for release in the early months of 2012 (April to be exact) and it looks like the Rambo and Expendables star is still in tip-top shape. Check out the above pic if you don’t believe us.
The Walter Hill directed actioner co-stars Sung Kang, Jason Momoa and Christian Slater. The project caused some controversy earlier in the year when Thomas Jane was dropped from the film and replaced by Kang, because apparently producer Joel ...
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- Niall Browne
Some things are just not fair. I work out every single day of the week and have nary a two-pack. But 65-year-old Sylvester Stallone? From my count, based on this photo, a six and a half pack. Yep, despite his age, the Rocky star must have been eating plenty of raw eggs to get in shape for his latest action film, April 13′s Bullet to the Head. The film, from which this shot is taken, also stars Christian Slater and Jason Momoa and follows Stallone’s cop character as he searches for his colleagues’ murderer.
But Stallone’s abs are »
- Kate Ward
At sixty-five years old, Sly still looks like a badass on steroids. Ain’t It Cool News published a new photo still from the upcoming action thriller movie “Bullet To The Head.” The photo has the veteran actor Sylvester Stallone shirtless and displaying some nice tattoos. The movie also stars Jason Momoa, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje. The plot is about a cop and a hitman forming an uneasy alliance to take down their common enemy. The movie is directed and written by Walter Hill (“Last Man Standing,” “Red Heat”). It will be released next year on April 13. Check out Sly in the photo still below. Source: Ain't It Cool News »
Grandfather time takes great pride in doling out portions of grey hair, excess fat and heartache indiscriminately to all of his victims, as we amble down the road of destruction we call life. However, at least two men have apparently discovered the secret of eternal youth: Chuck Norris and Sylvester Stallone. The image below, which shows a trim-looking, 65 year-old, Stallone in a typically threatening pose, is from the upcoming action-thriller, Bullet To The Head.
The film is penned and directed by the magnificent Walter Hill, who brought us such gems as The Warriors (1979) and 48 Hrs (1982), and it boasts a diverse cast including Jason Mamoa, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi, and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.
The story follows a cop and a hitman who, having witnessed their partner’s deaths, team up in order to serve the perpetrator(s) a steaming batch of revenge supper.
Bullet To The Head is due for release in »
- Martin Daniel McDonagh
The Contra Security workplace will look a bit different when Fox’s Breaking In breaks out its second season.
Confirmed to return as series regulars to the caper comedy — which was canceled back in May but then plucked from the ashes as a midseason replacement — are Christian Slater (as Contra boss man Oz), Bret Harrison (Cameron) and Alphonso McAuley (Cash).
Plus, as TVLine exclusively reported last month, Emmy winner Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) is coming on board as a Season 2 regular, playing Oz’s own boss.
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Based on the French graphic novel Du Plomb Dans La Tete written by by Matz (aka Alexis Nolent) and drawn by Colin Wilson, Bullet to the Head is the latest film from the still-prolific-at-66-years-old Sylvester Stallone – who I may say looks completly ripped and totally bad-ass in these first two images from the film:
Directed by Walter Hill (The Warriors, Trespass), the film sees Stallone play Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who teams with a young NYPD detective (Sung Kang?) in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of New Orleans. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge.
Let’s face it, this could be a new promo image from The Expendables 2 but here we have a new image of Sylvester Stallone looking ridiculously toned in his new movie, Bullet to the Head courtesy of Vulture. Bear in mind, Stallone is now 65 years old! Craziness! I was going to say I hope I look like him when I’m 65 bt firstly, there’s no chance and secondly, I hope I don’t!
Based upon a Matz and Colin Wilson graphic novel Stallone plays Jimmy Bobo, a hitman who teams with a young NYPD detective (Sung Kang) in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of New Orleans. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge.
- David Sztypuljak
Bullet to the Head is an adaption of the Dynamite Entertainment comic written by Matz with art from Colin Wilson, which follows a hitman and detective who team up to investigate a common foe. Based on a graphic novel, Bullet to the Head tells the story of a New Orleans hitman (Stallone) and a New York City cop who form an alliance to bring down the killers of their respective partners. Bullet to the Head is directed by Walter Hill and stars Sylvester Stallone (The Expendables), Jason Mamoa (Conan the Barbarian), Sarah Shahi (Fairly Legal), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (The Thing), and Christian Slater. It is scheduled to hit theaters April 13th, 2012. »
- Pietro Filipponi
Saints preserve us! Another new domestic one-sheet that doesn't suck? We're either hallucinating or America's graphic designers have stopped being lazy. Behold the latest sliver of goodness from the new supernatural spooker starring Christian Slater, Playback, written and directed by Michael A. Nickles and based on true events (of course).
From the Press Release:
The Wagner/Cuban Company’s Magnet Releasing, genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, has announced its acquisition of Us rights to Playback, a frightening horror film featuring Christian Slater, directed by Michael Nickles.
Magnet will release Playback through its Ultra VOD program in February, launching the film on all digital VOD platforms prior to its theatrical release in March.
While digging into their town’s infamous past, a group of high school students unwittingly unlock a dark secret, unleashing an evil spirit that takes possession of its victims. In addition to Slater, the film stars Toby Hemingway, »
- Uncle Creepy
Christian Slater (Interview with the Vampire) will star in a new horror movie from Michael Nickles called playback. The film will be distributed by Magnet Releasing a division of Magnolia Pictures. “Playback is very scary and a lot of fun,” said Magnolia/Magnet President Eamonn Bowles. “We think it will be a hit with horror fans.” You can pick an e-book that is a prequel to to the film called Playback Light and Shadow to get yourself geared up for the film. The e-book is available anywhere e-books are sold for $ .99. »
Magnet Releasing, the genre arm of Magnolia Pictures, revealed to Bloody Disgusting that Michael Nickles's Playback, a frightening horror film featuring Christian Slater, will be available on-demand February 3 and in theaters on March 9. In addition, we've landed the exclusive one-sheet premiere that asks you to "Picture Evil." You can also become a fan on Facebook. "While digging into their town's infamous past, a group of high school students unwittingly unlock a dark secret, unleashing an evil spirit that takes possession of its victims." In addition to Slater, the film stars Toby Hemingway, Johnny Pacar and Ambyr Childers. " 'Playback' is very scary and a lot of fun," said Magnolia/Magnet President Eamonn Bowles. "We think it will be a hit with horror fans." »
The upcoming comic adaption from director Walter Hill also stars Jason Mamoa (Conan the Barbarian), Sarah Shahi (Fairly Legal), Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje (The Thing), and Christian Slater. It is scheduled to hit theaters April 13, 2012. Bullet to the Head is an adaption of the Dynamite Entertainment comic written by Matz with art from Colin Wilson, which follows a New Orleans hitman (Stallone) who must reluctantly team up with a New York City detective after a botched contract in order to investigate a common foe. Their shared mission takes them to the lowest of slums to the highest of offices in a story of corruption, fear, and violence. Click on image to enlarge »
- Eric Whitman
The very first image of Sylvester Stallone in director Walter Hill’s Bullet To The Head has just hit the web, courtesy of Im Global. In the the film, after watching their respective partners die, a cop and a hitman form an alliance in order to bring down their common enemy. It is due in UK cinemas on 13th April, 2012, and also stars Sung Kang, Sarah Shahi, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Christian Slater and Holt McCallany.
Here’s the pic.
- Paul Heath
I’ve never been, with the exception of the Rocky movies and two Rambos, a big fan of Sylvester Stallone‘s action work, yet I find myself intrigued by Bullet to the Head. Now, this is almost expressly because it’s directed by the solid Walter Hill — but you have to start somewhere.
Our first look at the film, seen above thanks to ComingSoon, is a classic Stallone image: in peril, but just about to inflict some pain on his enemy. (Who, in this case, I think is Jason Momoa.) It tells us nothing about the film’s prospective quality or entertainment value — two things that aren’t always connected — so I’ll say that if Bullet to the Head bears some similarity to the image in terms of content, we could be getting something fun. Based on Matz‘s graphic novel, the story follows “a New Orleans hitman (Stallone »
- email@example.com (thefilmstage.com)
Sylvester Stallone is really back in action this week, with that teaser trailer  for The Expendables 2 and a poster  to go along with it. Sly even gets to hold down the poster solo, despite the fact that the whole selling point of The Expendables 2 is that it is an even bigger action ensemble than the first. Now here's a look at the aging action star in Bullet to the Head. The movie is the return of action director Walter Hill, who was Stallone's pick to replace  original helmer Wayne Kramer when some "creative differences" arose between star and director. The film is based ona Matz and Colin Wilson graphic novel, and also features Christian Slater, Jason Momoa and Jon Seda. Check out the full first image from the film, also seemingly featuring Momoa, below. While a film called Bullet to the Head might suggest using a still that features guns, »
- Russ Fischer
False advertising! When we hear the title "Bullet To The Head" we expect some fucking guns. But here's the truth: ax battles are kind of way more awesome. The first look at the upcoming Sylvseter Stallone action movie that isn't "The Expendables 2" has arrived, and well, things are gonna get heated. Directed by the legendary Walter Hill ("48 Hrs," "Warriors"), the film centers on a New Orleans hitman (Sly) and a Gotham cop (Sung Kang), who team up to take down the men responsible for their partners’ murders, with the conspiracy leading all the way to Washington, D.C. Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Christian Slater, Holt McCallany and Sarah Shahi co-star in the movie, with "Conan" dude Jason Momoa playing the lead villain. Sly and Moma acting together? Can the multiplex handle it? Find out when the movie arrives on April 13, 2012. It can't possibly be worse than "The Expendables 2" (can it? »
Warner Bros. has released the first photo from Bullet to the Head, director Walter Hill's new action-thriller which hits theaters April 13. Sylvester Stallone stars in Bullet to the Head as a hitman who teams up with a New York detective (Sung Kang) to find out who killed both their partners. Click on the photo below, which features Sylvester Stallone locked up in an axe fight with Jason Momoa, to access our growing gallery.
Bullet to the Head comes to theaters April 13th, 2012 and stars Jason Momoa, Sylvester Stallone, Christian Slater, Sarah Shahi, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Sung Kang, Jon Seda, Holt McCallany. The film is directed by Walter Hill. »
Stallone is getting ready to have one of his best cinematic years in ages. Below you’ll find the first badass image of the action icon in director Walter Hill’s upcoming thriller “Bullet to the Head”, which also stars Jason Momoa, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Christian Slater, and Holt McCallany. The film tells the story of a cop and criminal who join forces to take down a common foe. “Bullet to the Head” opens on April 13th, »
- Todd Rigney
Stallone plays a New Orleans hitman who teams with a New York City detective in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the dingy back alleys of New Orleans all the way to the power corridors of Washington, D.C. The unlikely duo, brought together by two vicious murders, take on all who stand in their way, and are willing to sacrifice everything to exact revenge. Via Coming Soon. Directed by Walter Hill and starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Momoa, Christian Slater, Sung Kang and Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Bullet to the Head is set to hit theatres on April 13, 2012. »
Sylvester Stallone is a busy man at the moment. Not content with starring in one of the biggest action movies of all time in The Expendables 2, he’s also working on a number of other projects, including Walter Hill’s Bullet to the Head. Telling the story of a cop and hitman who join forces after their partners are killed, Bullet to the Head stars Sylvester Stallone, Jason Momoa and Christian Slater. The unlikely allies are forced to work together to bring down a common enemy. Im Global have released the first image of the movie showing Stallone and Momoa fighting with axes. As you do. Bullet to the Head is due to be released on April 13th, 2012.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Sean)
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