Giving a nod to The Bridge on the River Kwai, the teaser for the Lionsgate sequel introduces audiences to the ensemble cast.
Warner Bros. grants George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury Road, starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, a May 15, 2015 release date.
Mel Gibson and Antonio Banderas have signed on to play roles in The Expendables 3 from co-writer Sylvester Stallone and director Patrick Hughes.
Teasing “Mad Max vs Barney Ross,” Sylvester Stallone has sparked speculation that Mel Gibson might be cast as the villain in The Expendables 3.
Writer/director Robert Rodriguez and star Danny Trejo introduce the teaser trailer for Machete Kills, which also stars Charlie Sheen, Mel Gibson, Michelle Rodriguez, Jessica Alba, Lady Gaga and a host of others.
Director Robert Rodriguez has revealed Lady Gaga is part of the increasingly quirky cast of Machete Kills, releasing a character poster of the performer as La Chaemeleon.
As news of Mel Gibson possibly joining the cast of Machete Kills continue to make the rounds, Robert Rodriguez talks about the possibility of handing the reigns over to another director.
Veteran actor Liam Neeson will step into a cameo role in The Hangover 2 previously planned for Mel Gibson, who was ousted following protests from the cast and crew. Neeson will play a tattoo artist in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Oscar-winning director of Braveheart and the man behind action franchises Lethal Weapon and Mad Max has been ousted from the cast of The Hangover 2 due to complaints from his fellow cast and crew members.
If it worked for Tom Cruise, then maybe it can work for Mel Gibson. The, uh, anger-challenged actor is about to begin the attempt to rehabilitate his career and public image by turning to comedy cameos, starting with the second Hangover movie.
The disgraced Oscar winner could head to the small screen on AMC’s Mad Men, according to recent rumors.