It looks like the film’s writer/director/star Sylvester Stallone is trying remedy those oversights in the sequel. Sly announced this week that Jean Claude Van Damme is on board for ‘The Expendables 2,’ and that the Muscles From Brussels will be playing a character who fights Stallone’s character. He also confirmed that Chuck Norris will be making an appearance, and that he’s discussing roles with sometime action heroes John Travolta and Nicolas Cage.
Generally, when a spectator at a baseball game catches a foul ball he’s next seen fielding a call from a friend or a relative who saw him make the snag on TV.
This Texas Ranger ran took that congratulations right away because he was already deep into a cell phone conversation when he casually grabbed a screaming line drive of a foul ball off the bat of Rangers’ second baseman Ian Kinsler.
As you may have heard, naked photos of Scarlett Johansson leaked onto the Internet Wednesday.
In apparent nod to the authenticity of the self-shots, sources connected with Scarlett Johansson have told TMZ that they have already contacted the FBI because they believe the photos were removed from Johansson’s phone illegally by a hacker.
A policeman working the Notting Hill Carnival in England took community relations to a whole new level when he joined in with the revelers and showed off dance moves so choice that many of the carnival-goers stopped what they were doing to watch the cop get down.
The French have taken their land of lovers reputation to new, litigious heights after a judge ruled that a man must pay 10,000 Euros ($14,000) to his ex-wife to compensate for a lack of sex during the couple’s 21-year marriage.
Prostitution is legal in Germany, and subject to taxation. While the German government doesn’t have a problem collecting taxes from sex workers who operate out of brothels, getting street walkers to pay up has been tricky.
The German city of Bonn thinks they have a solution to this problem: a parking-meter like device which women who solicit on the street put $8.70 into nightly for a ticket that gives them the privilege of using the pavement.
With the lockout continuing, NBA players have been forced to look elsewhere to fulfill their basketball jones. In the case of Dwight Howard, this journey took him to Japan, where the Orlando Magic center recently dunked on an 11-foot hoop which had been attached to the neck of a 12-foot stuffed giraffe, during an exhibition at a Tokyo mall.
Yes, it all sounds a bit strange, but the crowd gets really into it.
In a couple of new promotional spots for his September 19 Comedy Central Roast, Charlie Sheen is cast as the conductor of the Roast Express, a crazy train loaded with silicon-injected goddesses and visualizations of some of Sheen’s notorious catch phrases (“winning,” anyone?).
The train makes stops in Goddess Harbor and Tiger Valley, but when one babe asks if Normalville is on the route, Sheen quips that “we left there a long time ago.”
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