Sly Stallone Teases an ‘Expendables’ Sequel
Scoop This: 'Expendables 2,' 'Toy Story 3' and 'Spider-Man' Reboot
Never one to back down from sequel talk (at least in these past few years), Sylvester Stallone is already talking up plans to make a sequel to his latest action flick, The Expendables, due out this weekend. Speaking to the LA Times, he says, "If this does perform, I think it will open a little more liquidity in funding the sequel," he said. "I have an idea ready to go. People think doing a sequel is easy, but it's not because you need the element of surprise. I'm going to try to do something that's quite radical."
Keep in mind, though, that Stallone also talked another Rambo right after that film came out, but then later agreed he wouldn’t be making it. It really does depend on how much it makes, so if you dig the flick make sure you tell your friends to go and support part two.
‘Toy Story 3’ Now Most Highest Grossing Pixar Movie of All Time
Not really a big surprise since it’s the first Pixar film to arrive in 3D, but, still, Pixar are pretty pleased to announce that Toy Story 3 is now its highest grossing film ever. Can you guess which film it beat? No, not Cars, or Wall-E, or The Incredibles … it beat Finding Nemo, which brought in $867 million worldwide. Toy Story 3, meanwhile, has racked up $896 million in only eight weeks. It’s impressive, yes, but it’s also 3D. Does this mean they have to make another sequel? Would you see it?
Christoph Waltz Not Playing Spider-Man Villain in Reboot
Though rumors had it that Sony wanted the Inglourious Basterds and Green Hornet villain to be yet another villain (The Lizard) in the Spider-Man reboot, it would appear that it will remain a rumor for now. Superhero Hype said sources within the production have said it is false, and that when the choice is finally made, a great actor will be chosen.
Waltz is a freaky guy, and he’d probably do a great job in Spidey. I don’t know – can a guy play three villains back to back to back, or is that too much?
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