John Rambo is back in the first trailer for Rambo: Last Blood!
Our look at the career of Sylvester Stallone rolls on with a look at the surprisingly underrated Tango and Cash and the generally forgotten about Lock Up which find Sly on different sides of the law.
Our look at the career of Sylvester Stallone goes back and forward, looking at Sly's attempts at universal likability with his stint as a guest host on Saturday Night Live and his misbegotten country music film Rhinestone.
As our Stallone retrospective rolls on, we jump ahead oh so slightly to take a look at the writer-actor's political leanings in Rambo: First Blood Part II, Rocky IV, Rambo, and The Expendables.
Our Sylvester Stallone retrospective reaches the manliest part of his career yet with Rocky III and the first introduction to John Rambo in First Blood.
In the sixth part of our on going look at the career of Sylvester Stallone, we look at another sports themed movie, Victory and the cultural impact of his celebrity in the 2009 documentary Amerika Idol.
In part five of his ongoing series on the career of Sylvester Stallone, Will Sloan takes a look at how the man found his way into doing sequels before his action star days with Rocky 2 and his directing of the Saturday Night Fever sequel Staying Alive.
In part four of his ongoing series, Will Sloan further probes the early, now postRocky era of Sylvester Stallone's career with the often forgotten about F.I.S.T. and the even more forgotten about Paradise Alley.
This week, in our second installment in our series looking back at the works of Sylvester Stallone, Will Sloan takes a look at even more of the actor's pre-Rocky early work with Lords of Flatbush and Death Race 2000
In the weeks leading up to the release of Expendables 2, Will Sloan takes a look at the career of the one and only, Sylvester Stallone, from the beginning, to the bitter middle, to his resurgence. First up, the early works: Woody Allen's Bananas and The Party at Kitty and Stud's.