Stallone & Schwarzenegger are so adorable as BFFs, you expect them to split one of those BEST FRIENDS interlocking heart necklaces and follow each other on Instagram.
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Whether they're shooting up the bad guys or beating them down with their massive fists, there will always be macho action stars in movies. COED has weeded out the meek and complied a list of the manliest men to grace the big-screen whether it's for their massive muscles, strong attitudes or just plain being cool. These are the actors we'd like to have a beer with, drag race with and maybe even chill with for a game of poker. We wouldn't suggest cheating, though. Check out the list and vote for the most badass dude after the jump!
The 80s were the golden age of Saturday morning programming. Originality was at its peak, and animation studios were eager to produce the latest and greatest cartoon series to entertain the young masses (and promote the accompanying toy line). Some studios turned to Hollywood's brawny heavy hitters for that extra touch of awesome! Which action icons loaned their larger than life personalities to the world of animation? Find out in COED's list of 5 tough guys that had cartoon shows after the jump!
Previously, we brought you a video that featured Nic Cage's funniest, craziest on-screen freakouts. It's safe to say that Mr. Cage owns the crown for Movie Freakout King. If any of his movies don't have a freakout scene, you can rest assured he'll come up with a way to turn a tense exchange into one for sh*ts and giggles. Freakout scenes are bittersweet - on one hand you admire the actor's ability for completely immersing himself in the role and the moment. On the other hand, you begin to question their own sanity. So, if Nic Cage basically owns all the best cinematic meltdowns, which others come close? Here's our list of potentials that Nic Cage would approve of. AAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
Back in November, various media outlets reported Julia Roberts made $1.5 million to appear in Lavazza ad. She did not have to speak. She only had to smile and wink. You know there is good money to be made if even Saint Brangelina is not immune (Angelina shilled for Shiseido in Japan and Brad's efforts can be seen below). More often than not celebrities will shill abroad. And while it can be argued whether or not it makes financial sense for the advertisers to hand over so much cash for celebrities, they are still willing to fork it over (not sans insurance natch, you never know when you have next Tiger Woods or Wayne Rooney on your hands). Meanwhile we can get a few giggles out of latest celebrity endorsements.
Unstoppable came out this past weekend and earned around $23 million at the box office, placing it second behind Megamind. The plot centers on a rail company frantically working to prevent an unmanned, half-mile-long freight train carrying combustible liquids and poisonous gas from wiping out a city. Sounds ridiculous, right? Well, don't judge a movie by its trailer; it's been receiving favorable reviews. However, after seeing the trailer we felt compelled to touch upon some especially terrible movie plots.
After the early success of The Expendables, it's only natural that word of a sequel is already out. Everyone will have their speculations as to what actors should join the greatest action ensemble ever, including me. Although there are numerous unknowns who've cut their teeth in dozens of action flicks, The Expendables 2 deserves more household names and faces to share the explosions and fighting that gave every man with a pair a grin from ear to ear. Hopefully Arnold (if politically possible) and Bruce will get more screen time in the sequel, but the following actors should definitely be considered for major roles regardless.
With only a few weeks left of Summer, 2010 has been pretty much a sh*t year for film. But before we write this year off as totally unsalvageable, a couple movies opening this weekend have big potential. The Expendables and Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World might just have what it takes to kick 2010 back into gear. Finger crossed.
What if Robocop took on Kindergarten Cop? What if you took the most bad-ass action heroes of our time and put them into one movie? If you just got goosebumps reading that last hypothetical, then I've got the movie for you. The Expendables.
These men are true bad men. We watch them in action and feel as if we are kicking the butt of a hundred bad guys and saving the day all by ourselves! In honor of those Supermen, the crack research team at COED compiled a list of five of the most memorable one man armies
When remembering the regrettable cultural cesspool that defined the 1980's, two things typically come to mind: horribly bad synth-pop and Sylvester Stallone. Like a marriage made in 80's Hell, the two combined created a unique genre of inspirational pussy-rock that bled all over American Pop Culture like a Rambo-induced, survival knife slash to the jugular.
Most cynical movie buffs would say no, but I say yes! Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mickey Rourke, Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Jet Li, Ivan Drago Dolph Lundgren, Steve Austin and Randy Couture are a team of mercenaries who head to South America on a mission to overthrow a dictator.