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    September 2, 2009


    Anyone fancy for some hardcore machine gun blasting where a group of elite squad headed by John Rambo entering the unknown country in the South America to take down a dictator? Or it would be a subtle to see how a 10-year-old kid take down criminals by chopping them right at the middle? Well, these two sounded very interesting indeed.

    LionsGate Entertainment has announced the official release date for two of their movie slated for next year. 2010 is still months away but studios have been actively in considering options and their tentative for next year.

    First of all we have Sylvester Stallone's mega-stars action movie - The Expendables. Certainly we are pleased to announce the arrival of Mr Bruce Willis on-board in one the post recently. Now LionsGate has slated the movie for 20 August 2010 release. Now it is an assurance that the movie will be officially a summer movie although it will be disappointing for another longer wait.

    While the movie has entered the post-production phase and the release is months away, they have already talk on a possible sequel. Due to the high level of anticipation of the online community and overwhelming positive reaction to early test footage, producer Avi Lerner has reported that there is already talk of making two more sequels, and a longer franchise, depending just who makes it to the end of the first film intact.

    Besides that, we have another movie by the very own Matthew Vaughn, the funny man behind hits like The Wedding Crasher and The Break-Up. Now he is producing a live-action adaptation based on the comic book Kick-Ass by Mark Millar and John Romita, Jr. The film is directed by Matthew Vaughn.

    The plot of Kick-Ass concerns a lonely teenage boy called Dave Lizewski (Aaron Johnson), who decides to become a real-life superhero after being inspired by the heroes of comic-books. He soon encounters a mysterious vigilante called Big-Daddy (Nicolas Cage), and his daughter Hit Girl (Chloƫ Moretz), who are working to bring down the drug baron, Frank D'Amico.

    Due to the violence nature and the bad formula by inserting a kid into a such vulgar obscenity movie, the movie is funded independently until the recent Comic Con when the rave started to heat up. Ultimately, LionsGate bought the movie and now placed it on April 16, 2010 release.

    Source from: Slashfilm
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