Sylvester Stallone has been making action movies since the 1970s, but even though he's now 66, age hasn't stopped the actor from continuing to work in the action genre. This weekend saw the opening of Bullet to the Head, Stallone's latest action movie. Stallone plays a New Orleans hitman who seeks revenge for the murder of his partner and joins forces with an unlikely source — a Washington, D.C. cop (Sung Kang) who's seeking vengeance on the same people.
"We've created every kind of incredible action hero there is — there's nothing left to do," said Stallone of his Bullet to the Head character to MTV. "So we're trying to create flesh-and-blood heroes. They're flawed. They're the guys you grew up with."
Stallone has certainly had his fair share of playing tough guys, from average, working-class heroes, to futuristic super cops. While Bullet to the Head will show Stallone's latest offering to the action genre, you'll need only 8 hours to become an expert in Stallone's career and find out how the actor has remained an enduring action star for all these years. the "essential" stallone >>