Clearly, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger had such a good time working together on The Expendables that they decided to do another. Titled The Escape Plan, it's all about the duo trying to break out of a prison called The Tomb, which is so futuristically high-tech the cells are clear. Madness!
We're thrilled Sandra Bullock's starring in Alfonso Cuarón's Gravity — we just hope it's as memorable as her last science-fiction role, in Demolition Man. Here are our favorite Bullock moments from Demolition, including her sex scene with Sylvester Stallone.
We must admit, the futuristic motorcycle in the new Judge Dredd looks a lot better without Rob Schneider hanging on in back. Take a look at the new look of Mega-City One's judges in the new film, starring Karl Urban.
The Expendables is big loud action movie in which Naugahyde-hewn war gods turn junta lackeys into goulash for the better half of 103 minutes. It's screamingly ordinary, but the mass nostalgia it hawks is a genre cinema paradigm.
Now that people like Shia LaBeouf are headlining action movies, Sylvester Stallone feels nostalgic for the old days. He blames the death of the old-school action movie on Batman. Specifically, the Tim Burton version:
If you couldn't stay up for last night's Demolition Man tweetathon, here's the cream of the Sylvester Stalloney, fish-out-of-watery crop.
At 9:00 pm EST, we're picking a gem from the Netflix Watch Instantly library and tweeting the shit out of it. This week, we're going to the over-muscled future with Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes' Demolition Man.
If we ever do a "Greatest Scifi Motorcycle Chases" post, this sequence from Judge Dredd will totally make the cut. The flying motorcycles zooming over Megacity One are pretty well realized, and the whole scene is more kinetic and non-stop than the Fifth Element cop chase. I'm not even going to comment on Judge Dredd…
Sylvester Stallone wants Viggo Mortensen to pick up the pen and cavort with ravens in a film he's directing about the life of Edgar Allan Poe. Long known for his dark horror, fantasy and detective tales, Poe also created the first futuristic dystopia in fiction.