Here is a look at Sylvester Stallone in The Tulsa King. The show has its own social media presence now. Stallone looks good as the outcast mobster in this one.
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There are concerns however that the show may become woke. Possibly even conceived from the foundations up as such. The creator is Taylor Sheridan, the man behind Yellowstone. I personally couldn’t make it too far into Yellowstone, 90lb feminists beating up cowboys and other cringe pretty much buried the series early for me.
The show has apparently gotten worse. See here:
Is ‘Yellowstone’ going woke? Series slammed for alleged ‘Antifa’ character Summer Higgins
Social media slammed ‘Yellowstone’ for going woke and introduced a character that doesn’t still well with the fans of the show
Does Stallone have the pull to appear in a big, apolitical western TV drama? These scarcely exist anymore, right? We shall see, I don’t think I like Taylor Sheridan. It’s still tantalizing though, is it not? Not ruined just yet…
Some people have seen The Expendables 4 footage at CinemaCon. Long story short, GeekTyrant gives an enthusiastic if generic reaction above. Whereas SlashFilm has a fuller report:
The footage begins with Sylvester Stallone saying that this life isn’t for everyone, meaning that being an Expendable isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be. He then crashes an airplane through a train tunnel, which either illustrates or negates his point depending on your point of view. Statham tries to stop him with a quick “you’re not doing what I think you’re doing,” but of course he is, and the crash cuts to a flashback of footage from the previous three films. Text across the screen over the footage reads: “It Was All A Warmup for This.”
You can read the full article here.