Two big films for you this weekend – we have “The Expendables 3” for action fans and “The Giver” for drama/sci-fi/fantasy fans. In “The Expendables 3,” Sylvester Stallone gathers his past teammates and combine them with a new cast to battle the big bad villain played by Mel Gibson. Harrison Ford and Kelsey Grammer join in on the fun for the first time.
We also have “The Giver” from the popular young adult novel by Lois Lowry. Jeff Bridges and Meryl Streep give supporting performances to our hero played by Brenton Thwaites.
Which movie is worth your time and money? Take a look:
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Kelsey Grammer is an “Expendables” virgin. Well, was. According to the actor, he campaigned hard for the role of Bonaparte in the movie. Randy Couture, on the other hand, is already an “Expendables” pro. I sat down with both actors to talk about their interest in making the third movie, working with Sylvester Stallone, and the male bonding theme of the popular franchise.
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Dolph Lundgren and Terry Crews return to the world of “The Expendables” in the third and perhaps, final chapter. Lundgren is Gunner and Crews is Caesar. This time, the big bad villain is played by Mel Gibson, a former Expendable.
In this interview, we talked about inhabiting their roles again and what they really think of Sylvester Stallone. Take a look:
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I sat down with the new cast, the young guns of “The Expendables 3.” From left to right are Glen Powell (Thorn), Ronda Rousey (Luna), Victor Ortiz (Mars), and “Twilight Saga’s” Kellan Lutz (Smilee). They are the new breed in the movie, handpicked by Sylvester Stallone’s character Barney Ross. And in real life, they were also the chosen ones by Sly.
In this interview, we talked about how they feel joining the cast of “The Expendables,” their thoughts on Stallone, and if Ronda reads the “Twilight” books! Have fun!
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Before “Flubber,” “Patch Adams,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” “Popeye,” “Good Morning Vietnam,” and so many more memorable characters, I knew Robin Williams in TV as Mork in “Mork and Mindy.” I was a little boy in the Philippines enamored by the comedian’s ability to make the world laugh.
Years later, I was lucky enough to sit down with the icon for my first and sadly, last interview. It was for “Happy Feet Two” where Williams voiced the characters of Ramon and Lovelace. At least, I was able to tell Robin Williams “I love you!”
Thanks for the cinematic memories Mr. Robin, may you spread laughter in heaven!
And here's my full and last interview with the great Robin Williams
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