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It’s Bollywood for Stallone and Schwarzenegger

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone

When I think of Bollywood, I usually envision colorful garments, dancing and singing…not two-word sentences, muscles or HGH. But apparently that’s what you get when you throw Hollywood into the mix.

It’s just been announced that - yes, Sly - will follow up his roles in the latest Rocky and Rambo sequels with a stint in a Bollywood film. As a cast member in Incredible Love, Stallone will become the first well-known American actor to be featured in such a vehicle.

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‘The Terminator’ Returns In 2009

The Terminator is back!The Terminator said he’d be back, and by golly, he wasn’t kidding. has acquired the distribution rights to Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins, the fourth film in the series. Set to begin production in 2008 and hit theaters in the summer of 2009, Salvation is being touted as a franchise jumpstart which will be told over a three-movie span.

It has been nearly 5 years since the last Terminator film, Rise of the Machines, hit theaters and Salvation is planned to be a movie of equal size and budget. With the script completed, producers are hinting at a general plot – set in the future during a full-scale war between man and machines. The new trilogy will involve characters from the first films but will be presented in a fresh setting beyond the world fans were introduced to in the original trilogy.

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