Here'san article from The Verge claiming that the leak will actually benefit the movie, although I doubt that given the negative word of mouth EX3 is getting and the whole PG13 fiasco...
"...When George Lucas and Steven Spielberg said moviegoing will someday be more like a sporting event, they must have had in mind movies like The Expendables 3. It's worth seeing in theaters because the spectacle trumps the content, not because that's the only way to see it. It's obvious in the way the film is shot (tight, moving, disorienting), the way it's scored (loud, loud, loud) even the way it's cast. This movie is meant not to be watched but to be experienced."
"EN Interview 1 - Living legend Sylvester Stallone is proof that even aging, fading action stars are capable of comebacks. Though superhero movies based on comic book characters may be Hollywood’s latest fad, the 68-year-old Stallone has succeeded in reinventing himself as the face of yet another film franchise – The Expendables. The first two films have earned a healthy $600 million at the global box-office, and Expendables 3 is expected to match that total upon its release later this summer. In an era where beefy young actors dominate the blockbuster marketplace playing latex-suited comic book superheroes, how does Sly Stallone view his return to the movie mainstream?
“I believe in giving audiences what they want,” Stallone declares. “I’ve been in this business a long time and I’ve seen all kinds of genres come and go. But I think people still want to see men behaving heroically, seeing the good guys defeat the bad guys, and having some fun in the process. If you tell a good story and create interesting characters, the public will respond.”
Q: Does it get harder to do the action sequences?
STALLONE: (Laughs) Yeah, it gets harder, you get hurt a lot more, and you have a hard time getting out of bed the next day. I’ve had my share of broken bones and torn tendons and my body has been black and blue and every colour you can imagine.
But you also know that you’re playing characters and telling stories about people who have dealt with much worse in life and you’re not willing to take a little physical pain as part of your job?
You tell yourself that this is one of the best jobs anyone could ever ask for. You know you’re going to get your shoulders banged up and take some shots to the face and your ribs. That’s just how it is when you’re doing this kind of a movie.
Q: Do you use better judgement when it comes to doing particularly dangerous stunts?
STALLONE: You always try to be as safe as you can because you don’t want to take unnecessary risk. But at the same time, the public doesn’t want to see stunt doubles beating each other or diving on the ground with explosions going off all around you. They expect you to deliver and I’m never going to make a film where I don’t give it everything I have. Everyone was game to do the physical work involved and I’m really proud of the work they put it in. You just keep throwing yourself into the fight and getting back in the ring for another round. I’ve stayed in good shape, though – I’ll be doing this as long as the knees and the body hold out.
Q: Do you think the action star is a dying breed?
STALLONE: There are few of us left and there aren’t that many coming up. The problem is that they’re not making a lot of those movies anymore and you can’t develop those kind of stars unless they have those kinds of stories to tell. Jason Statham is about as tough as they come, though.
I’ve seen him work and he’s a very tough customer. He nearly drowned to death while we were shooting (Expendables 3) and it’s lucky that he’s a great swimmer. We’re all well trained and we know what we’re doing out there... Otherwise we’d all be on the bottom of the Black Sea. (The film was shot in Bulgaria.)
Q: What’s changed in Hollywood since you started working in the business?
STALLONE: Everything. It’s a very different place to work in now. You don’t see studios like the old MGM taking risks like they did on Rocky. I don’t know if a guy like me would get a shot at doing a film like that now. It would be a lot harder."
(I thought this was the most telling part, it's no wonder action stars are a dying breed when the likes of Stallone, Arnold and Van Damme would never be allowed within a hundred feet of a movie studio if they were starting out today...)
"Q: Do you feel like the success of The Expendables is a personal vindication for you?
STALLONE: It’s always good to see that the public still cares about you. When you’re on top, everyone loves you and you think you’re the hottest thing. A lot of people can handle success. The real test of character comes when you’ve been knocked out, forgotten, and written off. Too many people give up after they’ve failed. But if you’re a fighter, your biggest test comes when you’re on the ground, you’ve taken a beating, and you still get up and keep on fighting.
For me, it all comes down to being willing to take that risk and even if you get knocked back down, at least you know you know you tried your hardest and were willing to get back up and give it another shot."
"According to Michael Jai White (via his Twitter account), a theatrical release date for the first installment in the "Codename: Falcon" franchise of movies he's starring in, titled "Falcon Rising," is set for September 5.
Last year, we brought you news that White had signed on to star in what was/is expected to be an action movie franchise from Moonstone Entertainment. The franchise revolves around a former marine named John "Falcon" Chapman, described as a "dark anti-hero driven by guilt, who will destroy himself unless given something else to destroy," making him "a useful weapon-of-last-resort for the foreign ministry."
In the first film in the franchise, our man Chapman travels to Brazil to hunt down his sister's killers, and, in the process, discovers an underground world of drugs, prostitution, and police corruption ruled by the Japanese mafia.
White himself previously shared that the Falcon movies are the type of projects he's "waited to do" his "entire career," adding, "Get ready folks cause this [is the] first of what's to come."