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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.
The special screening of the Summit Entertainment movie will be held at the Reading Cinemas Gaslamp 15 on Thursday, July 18.
The action thriller from director Mikael Hafstrom features both 'Expendables 2' stars as two inmates who join forces for a daring, nearly impossible mission.
The 'Terminator' actor will be involved in the Henry Hobson-directed film as an actor and a co-producer.
The former Governator and the two comedians promote the Internet event, in which big names in comedy, such as Vince Vaughn, Ben Stiller and Rainn Wilson, are set to participate.
Guthrie is engaged to her boyfriend of four years, political consultant Mike Feldman, who reveals that the wedding will be held 'as soon as possible.'
The next two editions of the Awards-giving show are set to be held on January 26, 2014 and February 8, 2015.
Queen Bey and her husband Jay-Z are reportedly waiting for things to 'calm down a bit' before having another child.
The former Governator is in talks to take a leading role in the re-imagining of the Troma cult classic directed by Steve Pink of 'Hot Tub Time Machine'.
The long-gestating fifth installment of the cyborg film franchise has hired Laeta Kalogridis and Patrick Lussier to provide the script.
Plenty of Hollywood stars, including Jaimie Alexander, Karina Smirnoff and Genesis Rodriguez, go high fashion at the premiere event taking place at the Grauman's Chinese Theater.
Holley reportedly learned that she's fired when she's on her way to meet a judge to negotiate a settlement for the 'Canyons' actress in the car crash case where she allegedly lied to cops.
Insisting that people who blame Hollywood for shooting tragedies are misguided, Arnie believes that 'sane people know the difference' between movie scenes and real-life violence.