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Sylvester and Arnold along with more than 190 Hollywood excecutives, celebrities and creatives signed a pro-Israel statement criticizing Hamas.
The 'Rocky' star says his rivalry with the 'Terminator' actor pushed him to take dubious roles in movies like 'Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot'.
The intentional misspelling of the title was revealed by Arnold Schwarzenegger and quickly sparked jokes on Twitter.
The 'Sabotage' actor is seen sporting grey hair and wearing a fake scar makeup while filming the upcoming 'Terminator' reboot.
Jai Courtney who plays Kylie Reese and Jason Clarke who portray John Connor are also seen in the on-set pictures.
Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson, and Harrison Ford lead the 'Expendables 3' entourage as they arrive at the Croisette in two armored vehicles.
The 'Sabotage' actor explains that the robot he returns to play in the Alan Taylor-directed movie will age.
Arnold Schwarzenegger promises 'hardcore action' and 'some really great visual effects' in the reboot project.
The filming will start in April, and the reboot is rumored to revisit the first 'Terminator' film and its sequel 'Judgment Day'.
Bar-goer Ian Rappaport has one wild night that involves getting a ride in a limo full of sexy ladies and a duel with the former governor of California.
The 'Terminator' star disguises himself using a fake mustache to play a gym instructor in a short video promoting non-profit organization called After School All-Stars.
The former Governator gets ready to play ping pong in the sneak peeks for the Bud Light beer commercial, for which he's reportedly paid $3 million.
Arnie initiates the brawl in prison by punching Sly as a favor to the latter, who just said that he needed to get into the isolation area.
The 'Terminator' actor was previously reported being cast as one of 'those nasty humans' in the next entry of James Cameron's 'Avatar' story.
'Indiana Jones' actor Ford is a new face in the franchise, filling in for Bruce Willis who was dropped from the project reportedly over salary dispute.