"I don't trust anybody, that's how you stay in the game."
At 66, Sylvester Stallone is reaching that age when most action movie stars contemplate retirement or transition into playing kindly grandfathers, grumpy old men, and butlers (no offense, Sir Michael), yet 'Sly' continues to make the kind of movies that made him famous when he was a young man. After surprising everyone but his hardcore fans with the success of his throwback action movies The Expendables 1 & 2, Stallone stumbled a bit with his solo movie Bullet to the Head, but he's got the support of great co-stars in his upcoming action movie The Tomb with Arnold Schwarzenegger and the boxing comedy Grudge Match with Robert De Niro, currently in production. The Expendables had a bigger opening weekend than any of Stallone's previous movies, but is it also his best movie? Does Barney Ross deserve a spot alongside John Rambo and Rocky Balboa? Help us choose Sly's best movies.
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Posted 03.18.13 by BrentJS
ReelzChannel Celebrity Rundown
Madonna says she's nervous about her Super Bowl performance, but Sir Elton John offered her some simple advice that will likely rekindle their ongoing feud: "Make sure you lip-sync good." Meanwhile, pictures of the stage at Lucas Oil Field have emerged — she'll sing "Vogue" — and it may need to be structurally reinforced now that the Material Girl will be joined by LMFAO, Cee-Lo Green, M.I.A., and Nicki Minaj.
Newt Gingrich is trailing Mitt Romney by 14 points as the Florida polls open today, and now he's being sued by a member of Survivor for playing "Eye of the Tiger," the Grammy-winning song from 1982's Rocky III.
American Idol producer Nigel Lythgoe was so impressed by Barack Obama's singing of the first line of Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" that he's pitching the Prez to appear on the show and sing a duet with Green.
Alec Baldwin is demonstrating the benefits of dating a yoga instructor, having dropped 30 pounds after quitting sugar and taking up Pilates, spinning, and, of course, yoga.
In relationship news, Italian model Elisabetta Canalis appears to have traded down — way down — going from George Clooney to Jackass star Steve-O, and People reports Bradley Cooper and Zoe Saldana are official after being spotted together often at the Sundance Film Festival. Posted 01.31.12 by reelz