Conan (Conan The Barbarian, Conan The Destroyer)
Major Scott McCoy (Delta Force series)
Paul Kersey (Death Wish series)
Chan Ka-Kui (Police Story series)
Judge Dredd (Dredd 2012)
Harry Callahan (Dirty Harry series)
Barney Ross (Expendables series)
Indiana Jones (Indiana Jones series)
Martin Riggs (Lethal Weapon series)
Blade (Blade series)
Frank Dux (Bloodsport)
Joe Marshall (Samurai Cop)
T-800 (Terminator series)
Max Rockatansky (Mad Max series)
Snake Plissken (Escape From New York, Escape From LA)
Gunner Jensen (Expendables series)
Marion 'Cobra' Cobretti (Cobra)
John McClane (Die hard series)
Frankenstein (Death Race 2000)
Colonial George Taylor (Planet of the Apes series)
Casey Ryback (Undersiege series)
John Rambo (Rambo series)
Jean Vilain (Expendables series)
Lee (Enter The Dragon)
Ellen Ripley (Alien series)
Sean Connery 007 (Bond series)
Chen Zhen (Fist of Legend series)
Rama (The Raid series)
Frank Martin (Transporter series)
RoboCop (Robocop series)
John Matrix (Commando)
Production for the film is set to to kickoff this January!
For those that may not know, Creed will see Sylvester Stallone reprise his role of Rocky for the seventh time, this time to train the grandson of Apollo Creed.
"Showbiz411's Roger Friedman reports exclusively that a new installment of the ROCKY film franchise, to be titled CREED, has been confirmed.
"Fruitvale Station"'s Ryan Coogler will helm the project which is set to begin production in January of 2015. Michael B. Jordan will star as "Adonis Creed", the grandson of Rocky's first opponent, Apollo Creed. Sylvester Stallone will once again return to the iconic role of Rocky Balboa, who will coach young Creed in a title match.
Coogler originally pitched the idea to Stallone and producer Irwin Winkler. The project will be filmed in Philadelphia, the setting for the original Rocky films. Other characters expected to be featured are Adonis's deaf half-sister, a potential romantic interest for Adonis, a character named Joe who co-owns Mickey's gym with Rocky. a former boxer named Pete, and a "Mickey-like" character named Marcel, who's Latino and assists with Adonis's training."
James Cameron talks about Terminator 5 in this interview from EmpireOnline;
"With Terminator: Genisys headed our way next year, we naturally wanted to ask Cameron what he thought about the new movie, with which he’s not directly involved but is watching with interest. “I'm friendly with the filmmakers, the writer Laeta Kalogridis has worked with me on projects,” he said. “I'm hoping it's great. I'd like them to get it right, and based on the script that I read there's a pretty good chance that it could. It looks like it could be fun.”
Is he worried that it could tarnish the legacy? “It's not my problem! It's like being a grandparent, the kids come over and you can send them back! When I walked away from the franchise, I had to do it with the sense that I can invest in emotion. To me, it's all upside, because if it's good, it's good for Arnold (Schwarzenegger), my friend Laeta and if it's not good? It doesn't bother me personally.”
The movement on the new film – or films, given that a trilogy is in the works – is partially inspired by the fact that the rights to the characters and ideas revert to Cameron in 2019. It doesn’t sound like he’s ready to re-visit the world any time soon, though. “I haven't really thought that far ahead yet. I've got plenty of time to think about it. It might be fun to completely re-invent the franchise,” he admits. “A lot has to do with what happens with it in the meantime, people may have Terminator fatigue.”