Rebellion, the publishers of the comics for Dredd have put together a 'Day of Action" on September 18th. Look below to read more,
"On 18th September, we're encouraging everyone to take part in a massive DREDD SEQUEL DAY OF ACTION - we've already made the moneymen who could get behind a sequel sit up and take notice by consistently keeping the DVD and Blu-Ray in the charts on Amazon and now on Netflix.
We're asking everyone who's signed the petition to come together next Wednesday and drive DREDD back up the charts - if everyone who's signed the petition bought an extra DVD or Blu-Ray (either for themselves or as a present for a friend) or rented/bought it on iTunes and Netflix it will send the loudest signal yet that WE WANT MORE DREDD!
So spread the word that on Wednesday 18th September, you're going to bring DREDD back into the public eye! Plus, it's the day that the new comic book sequel comes out, with lots of media attention planned for this and the campaign.
Thanks to Rebellion for helping put this newsletter together - we're also really pleased to reveal that the official T-shirt for the campaign is now available, so you can wear your support with pride!
So, you ready?"
Below is a video of Antonio Banderas talking about Expendables 3!
"Hollywood star arrived in Bulgaria on 2 September, but his stay was very short - it was only about 24 hours. On September 13, on Friday, the actor will still land at Sofia airport, this time for longer. Husband of Melanie Griffith will join the filming of "Expendables 3." His colleague Arnold Schwarzenegger, who also participated in the ribbon has gone from Bulgaria. Commitments are completed and Harrison Ford to produce, so he's got a plane home the dam. On Friday, the set does is walking girlfriend Jason Statham - Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Models never attracted much attention with its simple appearance, was dressed in jeans, T-shirt and low sports shoes."
What are your thoughts on Expendables 3 so far, do you like the direction the third film in the franchise seems to be going or do you have any concerns? Comment below and let us know!
"Armenian director Sarik Andreasyan (American Heist) will direct the film about a retired Las Vegas mobster who must return to the city when he discovers that his teenage daughter is missing. Willis will play the man who has been cautiously awaiting the return of the mob enforcer.
Filming will begin in New Orleans in October."
It seems that his boredom with the action genre will not stop him from continuing to do mediocre action movies as long as he is paid well.
"Superman vs. Batman? Please. Put down the kid gloves for a real slugfest between icons: Rocky vs. Raging Bull.
Such was the lure — and challenge — of Grudge Match, the comedy that pairs Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro as aging boxing greats who meet for one final battle in the ring. Kim Basinger co-stars in the film, due out Dec. 25.
While Grudge won't sport the names Rocky Balboa or Jake "the Raging Bull'' LaMotta — the characters who would help define the careers of Stallone and De Niro more than 30 years ago — director Peter Segal (Anger Management, 50 First Dates) found a way to infuse his film with the icons of the ring.
"We found this amazing footage of Sly training for Rocky and Bob training for Raging Bull, and put parts of both in the movie," Segal says. Bull director Martin Scorsese even shot some 16mm footage of De Niro training with former middleweight champion LaMotta, and gave portions of the home movies to Segal. "Seeing them train for these iconic roles was watching film history."
Making some history of his own became Segal's mission after he and writers settled on the "Rocky vs. Raging Bull" theme. Problem was, "once we settled on that, we could only do it with Sly and Bob."
While De Niro, 70, had poked fun at his legend with Analyze This, the 1999 comedy that lampooned his Godfather mystique, "Sly had never really winked at his iconic character. And he was nervous. But once he got into it, he lost all the nervousness."
Stallone, 67, says, nerves aside, that he remains drawn to stories of the sweet science.
"I'm comfortable" in the ring, he says in an e-mail from Bulgaria, where he is filming The Expendables 3. "I love the metaphor for what a struggle life can be."
And he considers Bull "perhaps the most unapologetic biography ever made."
So who would win, Rocky or Raging Bull? Debate got so heated among crew and extras that Segal shot three finales to Grudge: In one, Stallone's character "Razor" wins; De Niro's "The Kid" wins in another; and they tie in the third version.
"We had more than 500 extras for the big fight, and didn't want (the outcome) getting out," Segal says.
And Stallone isn't providing spoilers, though he does praise his opponent.
"Robert De Niro is a great actor," Stallone writes. "He is very reserved and very intelligent — and he takes a good punch."
You can click here to read an interesting article on Mel Gibson "sizing up" for his new role in Expendables 3!