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Seeing how his son Sage Moonblood passed away less than a month ago on July 13, it’s fairly obvious that the Stallone family needed an distraction from all the sadness. With his new film “Expendables 2” set to hit theaters August 17, his latest family vacation on board a yacht in the French Riviera is probably a total tax write-off (marketing expense). As we’ve stated on numerous occasions, there’s really no better way to enjoy life than have somebody else pay for it.
The legendary “Rambo” & “Rocky” series action star was accompanied by his beautiful wife Jennifer Flavin & their three daughters Sophia, Sistine and Scarlet (all REALLY young, you bastards!)
Very few people expected “The Expendables” to do as well as it did, so props to Sylvester Stallone & Co. Anybody have a chance to check it out this past weekend?
Here’s a lil’ excerpt from a post-premiere interview:
SO “THE EXPENDABLES” OPENED BIGGER THAN ANYTHING ELSE YOU HAVE DIRECTED. IT SEEMS YOU’RE STILL SETTING PERSONAL BESTS.
Stallone: I didn’t do this all by myself. It was a movie about teamwork, and the team helped make it a success. I always say that if you are a star — even a faded star — the light never goes out. You just need to rekindle it.
HAVE YOU WRITTEN A SCRIPT FOR A SEQUEL TO “THE EXPENDABLES”?
Stallone: It’s plotted out in my mind’s eye. I believe this group has to continue to evolve; it just can’t become the same people. So how do you get new people introduced into the group, and how do you have some of the other people leaving? Those are the challenges.
SO THE CHALLENGES REMAIN, EH?
Stallone: My proudest moment ever was not “Rocky,” it was the last Rocky picture, “Rocky Balboa.” To be able to meet the challenge of completing that series after all these years, that was great. But this one here tops that — not in an emotional way but for excitement. This should have never happened. (Producer) Avi Lerner really took a big gamble on me with this when nobody else would. I know because I heard about it every day! He kept worrying about the reviews. [Source]
Photo Credit: Bauer-Griffin The world premiere was held at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
Can you believe it? Sly Stallone is still at it!
Forget how it performed at the box-office, but just as of ’08, he starred in the latest installment of “Rambo!” I guess all those hormones he injects into his bod really work!
As for his latest action flick, “The Expendables,” Sly’s co-writer & director of the action fuck-fest, which features lead males from every major action film released within the last 30 years (see below for a list of actors who’re missing)! Seeing how such a film is even financially feasible, it’s more than obvious that either they came real cheap or Stallone’s a great business man.
Who’s missing from “The Expendables?” Check it:
1. Wesley Snipes
2. Tom Cruise
3. Mel Gibson
5. Jean-Claude Van Damme
6. Steven Seagal
7. And, the man all men aspire to become but none can: CHUCK NORRIS!
They could’ve just renamed the film “The Expendable” and simply hired Chuck Norris. As all you bastards know, he’s the one-man war-machine. The story revolves around a bunch of mercenaries getting shipped to S. Africa to overthrow a dictator. Why bother sending 10 men to do the job, when you can send just one? You guys have anymore reasons why Chuck Norris would’ve worked?
Anyway, some behind the scenes footage of Stallone working his director mojo: