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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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