Steve Austin

“We can rebuild him. We have the technology. We can make him better than he was. Better…stronger…faster.” And hell, while we’re here let’s build a kick-ass DVD box set too that’s as cool as it is practical. Sturdy… awesome… and featuring an audio chip that intones the show’s opening voice-over when the lid is opened. But we’ll just ignore the terrible mustache shot on the case for season four…

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No matter who wins, you win. Well that doesn’t sound very climactic, does it? Which is fine, because Dolph Lundgren and Steve Austin aren’t actually fighting each other, what did you think this was, The Expendables? Instead, the real battle is you versus your fellow readers. An incestuous, cannibalistic orgy of mental violence to see who is The Winning Machine! All this non-sense and hyperbole aside, what I’m really trying to tell you is that the fine folks over at Anchor Bay have given us multiple copies of two exciting action films: The Stranger starring Steve Austin and Dolph Lundgren is The Killing Machine written by, directed by, and starring Dolph Lundgren, the only man with a legitimate PhD that could kick my ass in a bar fight.

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Lionsgate has just sent over the high resolution poster for Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables. It debuted yesterday elsewhere, but I thought we’d wait until we had something that you could turn into your desktop background. This one may work, as it’s pretty high res.

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The publicist with a production blog strikes again on the set of The Expendables. This time she’s delivering gifts of plenty in the form of moving pictures. That means behind the scenes footage people, try to keep up.

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Our friends over at Ain’t It Cool News have revealed the first official photo (above, click the link to enlarge) from the production of Sylvester Stallone’s highly anticipated actioner The Expendables this morning and by golly, doesn’t it look awesome.

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WWE Wrestler Kane in See No Evil

Hmmm… you’d think that after the box office disappointment that was The Condemned and the unbelievable failure that was See No Evil, the WWE would give up filmmaking altogether. But the muscle-headed company intends to stick this one out. Like the redneck revolution that has given us a steady stream of Larry the Cable Guy movies, the WWE has announced that it intends to ramp up its cinematic slate.

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