June 12, 2011 by Post Team
Sylvester Stallone, The graphic novel bullet to the head is the raw material for the upcoming action movie of Sylvester Stallone – formerly Headshot, but now refers to as “untitled action thriller,” says IMDB. Walter Hill will direct and Joel Silver’s Dark Castle Entertainment has partnered with Global IM and After Dark Films to produce the film. Warner Bros. will distribute the film for national action.
According to the synopsis of ‘Headshot, a policeman and a hired murderer (Stallone) form an alliance to oust their common enemy, after seeing their partners die.
Nolent Alexis (aka Matz) sold the rights to his series of novels, written in 2004 for Warner Brothers in 2008.
In other news from Stallone, his acclaimed boxing movie Rocky is set to hit the stage in Germany – as a musical, WENN reports.
The all-singing, dancing adaptation of 1976 movie Sylvester Stallone is expected to debut in Europe next spring (12) before moving to Broadway in 2013.
Producer Thomas Meehan says the New York Times that Stallone will be a partner and producer of the musical art.
He says: “All I can say is that it is a mark of glory, telling a story intimate relationship. I think people will be very surprised.”
According to Thomas – who has worked on productions such as ‘Hairspray’ and ‘Annie’ – the discussions on the project have been ongoing for eight years and are now satisfied with what they came up with for the show, reports BANG Showbiz.
Told the New York Times: “It’s been a long gestation period, but has become a work that we are very proud.
“There was some concern from the outset – can really make a musical of a boxing picture Rocky Could you sing and dance, but when we read, people were very impressed and going forward?”
For fans of the star became famous Hitman movie – Stallone is ready to take a hit of their own, in their enormous mansion in Lake Sherwood, California. Reportedly dropped the price and for 200,000 to 5 million dollars.
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