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Lionsgate is teaming up with Millennium Films and Hong Kong-based mobile game developer Fifth Journey to develop a game based on the Sylvester Stallone film franchise.
The event series will feature 'iconic TV stars as a new team of highly-skilled heroes who are on a mission to stop a dangerous terrorist.'
The fraud lawsuit stems from a secret fight over 'The Expendables' authorship which was settled in arbitration.
Brody covered in blood, Saul looking horrified, and Carrie meeting Brody are some of the scenes previewed in this video.
Scribe Dutch Contractor is hired to pen the script, while director Simon West shares he sets his eyes on Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz and Milla Jovovich for the female-centric actioner.
Screenwriter Marcus Webb has filed a lawsuit against Stallone, claiming that the action star has copied the idea of his screenplay titled 'The Cordoba Caper' for the 2010 action movie.
Though his character was shot in 'The Expendables', his co-star Bruce Willis says he will come back to the second film.
As the horror movie and the action thriller compete for the champion title, 'Avatar' re-release sinks below the top ten.
Sharing his idea for the follow-up to the action film, Stallone writes on his Twitter, 'I want him [Willis] in EXPENDABLES II as a super villain.'
The action movie, starring Sylvester Stallone alongside Jet Li and Jason Statham, and featuring cameos from Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger pulled in around $5.9 million.
The 'Twilight' spoof which debuted well on Wednesday, August 18 rakes in around twelve million dollars during the weekend, but it does not surpass this week's cume of 'Expendables'.
Linked to a pregnant music dancer in Georgia, the musician has stated, 'Contrary to all the rumors I'm not expecting.'