Sunday, 27 January 2008

Sylvester Stallone John Rambo Premiere

Okay ... the honest truth is that this movie looks pretty bad even tho it may have a bit of cuteness to it. I've seen the trailer a few times and not only do I not get what the movie is about, I absolutely do not believe that Ryan and Abigail are father and daughter. Ryan Reynolds may be old enough to be her dad but he does not look like he's old enough to be her dad. I also doubt that Ryan will spend much time in any shirtless/half-nekkid capacity in this flick (unlike the remarkably horrible Blade: Trinity in which he was really hot, really half-nekkid and which I've watched repeatedly despite its horribleness) so I might have to pass on this one. I have to give a shout out to my girl Shohreh Aghdashloo who showed up at this movie premiere. Shoreh has played some amazing characters over the years ... I loved her as Dina Araz in the 4th season of 24 (where she played the repentant mother to Behrooz Araz -- remember him? Dang, that was a good season) and I really loved her in the movie The House of Sand and Fog. Please pardon the gushing but I don't get to talk about Shohreh Aghdashloo very often so I'll take every chance I get :) [Source]

Sylvester Stallone and Julie Benz where joined by former Terminator and current California Governor Ahhnold Schwarzenegger and others at the Lionsgate Films premiere of their new movie John Rambo (aka Rambo IV) at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas NV last night. Here are a few pics from the red carpet and afterparty:


Photo credit: Wireimage
As difficult as it may be to believe, the dark-haired woman in these pics is, indeed, Julie Benz of Buffy the Vampire Slayer/Angel/Dexter fame. She looks completely different in these pics but it's not an entirely bad look either. I'm not sure that her appearance in this new Rambo installment will do wonders for her career but, eh, I can't blame a girl for workin'. I'm very surprised that Governor Ahhnold deigned to show his face on the red carpet of a movie premiere, even for his friend Sly Stallone. Gov. Ahhnold has done everything he can to distance himself from his former acting career now that he's the governor of the great state of California. I guess he is a good sport after all. While I'll deffo, mebbe be skipping out on the new Ryan Reynolds flick I think I might have to shell out the $12.00 to see this Rambo movie ... I hear it's gory as hell and is basically a bloodbath in the jungle -- a nod to the hey day of the big action flicks of the 80's, I assume. I'm down with a bit of mindless junk like this ... it might be fun. Besides, I really heart Julie Benz so I'd love to support her if I can. [Source]

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