Sylvester Stallone has reportedly wrapped on a small role in Reach Me, an indie drama written and directed by Stallone’s Cobra co-star, John Herzfeld. Details on the role of The Expendables star are being kept under wraps, but Variety reports that the story “follows a group of people who all have a connection to a self-help book authored by a reclusive former football coach.” Reach Me also stars Nelly, Omari Hardwick, Elizabeth Henstridge, Danny Aiello and Rebekah Chaney.
Herzfeld most recently directed the indie The Death and Life of Bobby Z starring Paul Walker, Laurence Fishburne and Olivia Wilde. Stallone can next be seen in Walter Hill’s Bullet to the Head, followed by The Tomb with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Grudge Match opposite Robert De Niro.
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Who doesn't like free stuff?
The whip will indeed crack again.
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He also talks about deleted scenes, ‘Captain America: Civil War’, one of the reasons we haven’t seen a new solo ‘Hulk’ movie and more.
We're finally getting a Louis C.K. movie!
The filmmaker discusses his first cut of the documentary, finding information new to even the most die-hard fans, getting Kurt’s early girlfriend Tracy Marander to participate in the film, and more.
How did he go from a pouty kid to a revered bounty hunter? The world needs to know, I guess.
Plus, more than an hour's worth of footage from an end-of-production press conference in Taiwan.
It looks like Oscar Isaac's apocalyptic devastation will be a televised event.