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    Exclusive: Kelsey Grammer and Sylvester Stallone in Poster for 'Reach Me'

    Designed by Drew Struzan, the new poster for "Reach Me" features a star-studded ensemble.

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    Daily Reads: Defending Offensive Pop Culture You Love, the Seriousness of Robin Williams' Comedy and More

    Plus: the look and legend of Lauren Bacall, and the best and worst of Cannon films.

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    Review: 'The Expendables 3' Starring Sylvester Stallone, Mel Gibson, Wesley Snipes And Antonio Banderas

    The conceit behind the Sylvester Stallone-led "The Expendables" franchise has thus far been niftier than the resulting movies: take a bunch of iconic, past-their-prime action stars from the eighties heyday of macho filmmaking, put them together, lob some old age jokes their way, add excessive gunpla...

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    Daily Reads: How 'Rambo' Started an Action Revolution, the History of the PG-13 Rating and More

    Plus: an oral history of Chris Pratt, and the teenage sex comedy renaissance.

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    'The Expendables 3': Here We Go Again...Again

    The appeal of sticking every '80s action icon in the same movie has officially worn out.

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    'The Expendables 3' Torrent and the Techno-Utopian Delusion

    Download an advance copy if you want. Just don't pretend you're helping the movie by doing it.

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    Watch: Trailer For Drama 'Reach Me' Starring Sylvester Stallone, Tom Berenger, Terry Crews, Nelly & More

    The last time Sylvester Stallone tried to take on a real dramatic role, the results were… creatively successful. He put on 40 lbs for James Mangold’s “Copland” in 1997, but reviews were semi-mixed. Mangold insists even though Stallone really delivered best intentions; he had engendered a lot of ill ...

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    'No Country for Old Men'-Esque 'Rambo V' Reportedly On The Way

    Already compared to "Unforgiven," talk of "Rambo V" has popped up here and there over the past while. It has been six years since Sylvester Stallone was back in the role of John Rambo in the appropriately titled, "Rambo," but now he wants to finish of the series, with an arty finale.

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