For an '80s kid, seeing the two names in the above banner would've made his head explode!
Stallone brought Schwarzenegger along for a few scenes in the Expendables movies, but here, they are full fledged partners working together and even having a fight! This is something that's been in the making for about 30 years!
The trailer itself left a little to be desired. It wasn't as balls-to-the-wall as I was hoping and the "pay off" action part of the trailer was a little tame. Maybe they're saving the good stuff for the movie. Maybe it's actually more of a thriller than an action movie. That would make more sense since these guys aren't in peak physical condition anymore. But this looks to be interesting that Stallone nor Schwarzenegger aren't playing the usual hero archetypes that they're famous for. Here's hoping the banter doesn't try too hard to be funny. But for now, the trailer can be viewed below. Hopefully, a second one will be released that will rightfully pump me up for this movie.
Behold my new job at the Burger Studio! Which I was promptly fired.
Here is an ad I did a few years ago for the Burger Studio located in the Missouri Western State University student union.
The singing was 100% my own voice. Ironically, the talking was 100% not my voice.
This week, I have had the great opportunity of not only co-hosting a podcast show, but I also had the pleasure of interviewing one of my favorite television dads, William Russ.
William Russ is best known for his role as Alan Matthews, Cory Matthews' father on "Boy Meets World." He is also a great character actor with great roles in the controversial "American History X" and "Aspen Extreme" with Peter Berg which has been described as 'Top Gun on the ski slopes.'
With the news of a sequel to the beloved family sitcom, "Girl Meets World" about Cory and Topanga's own family, we try to get some inside scoop about his involvement, we ask about his experience on the original show and how it's affected him and how he got his start.
Interviewing Mr. Russ was an amazing experience! He was a class act all the way, gave some great insight and was nice enough to give a friend of mine a shout out! Listen to the podcast below!
E.J. is just a simple man who loves movies. Don't judge.