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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
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
Ok, for those of us who have indulged in too much Turkey, Whiskey, Ham, Whiskey, Spiced Beef, Quality Street, 19 tins of Roses and so on, this picture will do one of two things. You will either say “Feck it” and reach for the 20th Tin of Roses or actually kick start the New Years diet a bit earlier. At 65, Stallone looks in phenomenal shape. You could easily, Easily say the dude is 40 in this new still from Bullet To The Head. Synopsis: After watching their respective partners die, a cop and a hitman form an alliance in order to bring down their common enemy. Released: April 13th (USA / Ire / UK)
- email@example.com (Vic Barry)
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
Couple things you maybe didn't realize about Sylvester Stallone: he's in phenomenal condition for a 65-year-old dude, and those shoulder tattoos in The Expendables weren't temporary. Both of those things are on display in the above snap from Bullet To The Head, his action-thriller that arrives on April 13 in an attempt to supply you with a Sly fix until The Expendables 2 shoots up the screen on August 17. The movie comes from director/tough-guy expert Walter Hill (48 Hrs., The Warriors) and »
- Dave Davis
As the year draws to a close, Warner Bros. is beginning to look forward, as they’ve provided a few new images and synopses for choice options in their 2012 slate. This crop, only a small portion of their offerings for the next twelve months, consists of Bullet to the Head, Rock of Ages, Project X, and The Apparition. Nothing exhibited here is a big revelation for those who’ve been following the films for a few months — although I did learn that a movie titled “The Apparition” is coming out — but a new picture or two never hurt anybody. Now, let’s get down to business.
Up above you can see the picture for Bullet; you can read the specifics below.
In theaters on April 13
Director: Walter Hill
Writers: Screenplay by Alessandro Camon
Producer: Joel Silver, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (thefilmstage.com)
Based on the French graphic novel "Du Plomb Dans La Tete", by Alexis Nolent, "Bullet To The Head" stars Stallone as a New Orleans killer who teams up with a New York City detective in a high-stakes investigation that leads from the sleazy back alleys of New Orleans to the slick power corridors of Washington, D.C.
"...see the unlikely duo take on all who stand in their way, willing to sacrifice everything to exact their revenge..."
"Bullet To The Head" opens April 13, 2012.
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- Michael Stevens
Just in time for the new year, Warner Bros. has released their slate of films scheduled from January 2012 through December 2012. Some noticeables on the list include Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, Wrath Of The Titans, The Gangster Squad, Ben Affleck’s Argo, The Untitled Jay Roach Comedy on August 10th, Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike, Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity, Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby. Below are a few new images, along with descriptions and trailers. From the lineup below, appears that Warner Bros. will be box office champs by year end.
- Michelle McCue
Here’s a completely new image from the upcoming Bullet to the Head movie, which means – if you’re a huge fan of Sylvester Stallone you’re about to enjoy in his shirtless photo. The movie which is directed by Walter Hill is set to open on April 13th, 2012 and also stars Sung Kang, Sarah Shahi, [...]
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Ringing in the new year? Not quite yet, but Warner Bros. is already a bit ahead of the game and has released some new images from their 2012 slate, including the musical "Rock Of Ages," the Todd Phillips-produced party comedy "Project X," Sylvester Stallone's action thriller "Bullet To The Head" and the Zac Efron weeper "The Lucky One" which is based off, what else, a Nicholas Sparks novel. Details and more photos below, so mark the ones that interest you on your calendar. "Bullet To The Head" Directed by Walter Hill ("The Warriors," "48 Hrs." "The Driver"), "Bullet To The Head" stars Sylvester Stallone, Sung Kang and has an April 13 release date. Synopsis: 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 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
Courtesy of Collider, we now have a new still from the upcoming action film Bullet To The Head, based on the graphic novel of the same name, featuring Sylvester Stallone. Collider also has a (somewhat brief) plot synopsis for the actioner, which also stars Sung Kang and Conan The Barbarian's Jason Momoa. Check it out below... Synopsis:Based on a graphic novel, “Bullet to the Head” also 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. To check out new images from Rock Of Ages and Project X, click the link below. Bullet To The Head hits theaters April 13th, 2012. Follow @PaulRomCBM »
Never one to grow old gracefully Sly Stallone has smashed his way back into our collective consciousness this week, firstly by muscling his entire ensemble cast off of the poster for The Expendables 2 and then by giving us a peek at him apparently doing some sort of violent squat related workout in new film Bullet to the Head.
Making it his personal mission to show that even once you reach retirement age you don’t have to stop killing people, it’s looking like it’s going to be a big year for old Sly. Ever the hard worker it’s reported that since coming on board to star in Headshot under the directorial eye of Wayne Kramer he has completely overhauled the script himself whilst also finding time to change the title and indeed the director after he and Kramer had ‘creative differences’.
Now Walter Hill is at »
- Ross Jones-Morris
With all the Expendables 2 excitement, let's not forget that there's another Stallone action-fest on the way, directed by maestro Walter Hill. Still officially untitled, it was once known as Headshot and is currently being referred to as Bullet To The Head. But whatever it's called, it's based on the French comic Du Plomb Dans La Tete by Alexis "Matz" Nolent and Colin Wilson. And here's the first shot from the production.Yes, that other guy is Jason Momoa, which means this is a shot of Rambo vs. Conan. Or, if you'd rather, Rocky vs. Khal Drogo. Or, perhaps (although it's unlikely) John Spartan vs. Ronon Dex. And they're fighting with axes! If there isn't an axe duel in Expendables 2, then, frankly, it's on the back foot already. The setting's putting us in mind of Cobra, but we won't mention that. Oh, wait...The film is set in New Orleans, and »
The first image from Sylvester Stallone's new action movie, Bullet To The Head, has been unveiled, and it's as gloriously ludicrous as you've come to expect from the action giant. The muscular sexagenarian is straining his veiny arms in an effort to prevent the other dude (apparently Conan's Jason Momoa) from splitting his head in two with an axe. It has got us hoping for a face-off to rival the most ridiculous from Sly's action heyday. Bullet To The Head, formerly going by the snappier title of Headshot, is directed by Walter Hill, and...
- Matt Maytum
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
If you’re ready for even more action from Sylvester Stallone – you came to the right place! We have the first photo from the upcoming Walter Hill‘s Bullet to the Head movie that we already wrote so much about, only under the different title – Headshot. So, nothing spectacular here – just Stallone trying to [...]
If you're a fan of images in which Sylvester Stallone handles various pieces of weaponry, today has been a great day (and what an interesting fetish you have!). This afternoon Lionsgate sent out the first poster for The Expendables 2, which featured the action star wielding both a shotgun and a pistol, and now the first image from Walter Hill's Bullet To The Head has been posted featuring the Italian Stallion defending himself with an axe. Check out the image below and see it full size over on Coming Soon. Kind of strange that the first image from a movie with "bullet" in the title wouldn't feature any guns, but if that's how they want to play it, so be it. While we're not 100% sure, that appears to be Jason Momoa (of Game of Thrones and Conan The Barbarian) in the image with him, which stands to reason considering »
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