Tag: Bruce Willis
It’s been a good weekend and it only got better when I realized they are releasing a new Die Hard movie next year. Bruce Willis is back in the lead role as John McClane and based n the trailer the movie should be pretty much filled with signature Die Hard action. One question though, what’s this talk about McClane’s son? Yippiee-ki-yay…
2012 just got a lot manlier than it already was going to be. We have Avengers, Batman, all sorts of other cool stuff AND Expendables 2 coming up. Expendables sequel’s cast has been up on IMDB for a minute already, but I guess for people like myself it has seemed to be too good to be true. I mean Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Scwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Jet Li, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris, Dolph Lundgren and Jason Statham all in the same movie. How can that not be awesome. With movie like this, you don’t need a plot, story lines, character development or any items that would make a movie supposedly good. This movie is great already. Just put together the most awesome cast in the cinematic history, bunch of cliches, one-liners, big guns and explosions and you have what one might call art. I mean just have a look at the poster. This better be the real deal and not some elaborate scheme because this is too good!
The time has come, All-Star Weekend is here and so is the premiere of the Black Mamba, a film by Robert Rodriguez. The last two trailers have promised a lot with stellar cast of Kobe Bryant, Bruce Willis, Danny Trejo and Kanye West this film should be one of the biggest Nike ads in history. Along the past few days Nike has released pics and teasers of the film which is now live. Watch the film after the jump!
I’m sure most of you caught the trailer for Robert Rodriguez’ the Black Mamba starring Kobe Bryant, Danny Trejo and Bruce Willis. Well this already somewhat epic Nike Basketball production is just getting crazier. It seems that Mr. Kanye West is also starring in the film playing role of the Boss. As Bruce Willis put it in the trailer, “some take souls, some take scalps, boss takes shoes.” So Kobe must fight not jsut for his soul but also for his Nike Zoom Kobe VI kicks because the Boss wants those shoes.
Robert Rodriguez makes badass movies, Bruce Willis and Danny Trejo star in badass movies and Kobe Bryant is a badass basketball player. So what do we get when we combine all of the above. We get the Black Mamba, a film by Robert Rodriguez.
It’s finally here.
After a wait that feels like generations, even after the film information was released – this is the action extravaganza that fanboys have been talking (and dreaming) about since The Magnificent Eighties. Numerous overly hopeful ears were already bleeding with what seems like a continuous stream of back-to-the-basics talk and souped-up hype that always surrounds big blockbusters. Yet they inevitable seem to end up being little more than a flaccid jack-in-the-box: not funny, not suprising, not nearly as pretty as they’re supposed to be and, most importantly, not fun.