Sylvester Stallone Is Radically Different In New Movie Reach Me
When you think of Sylvester Stallone you either think of bombs and guns, or boxing gloves. The beloved action star is the poster child for testosterone filled decades of the past, and the parody of those decades in the present. But in his latest movie Reach Me, Sly is radically different from the caricature most of us see when he’s leading the Expendables.
Reach Me which hits theatres on November 21st, is a comedic drama that tells the ensemble story of a group of people impacted by a self-help book, published by a mystery author who they all desire to meet.
Stallone plays one of those people called Gerald. His hobbies aren’t the gym or shooting range, but painting and reading. And his machoness is pushed aside for a more sensitive character. He is however still headstrong, and is determined to discover who the author is.
The cast also includes Lauren Cohan of The Walking Dead, Kyra Sedgwick (The Woodsman), Thomas Jane (Boogie Nights, The Thin Red Line), Kevin Connolly (Entourage), music artist Nelly, Terry Crews and Tom Sizemore. John Herzfeld wrote and directed the film.
Meanwhile Stallone is beginning work on the 5th and final Rambo film, which he is writing, directing and starring. The title will be “Last Blood” and involves John Rambo taking on a Mexican cartel.
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