I don’t think anyone has been clamoring for more of the Death Race series but Death Race: Inferno is coming out this December, continuing the story of the original Frankenstein, who is sent to Africa to compete in an even more dangerous tournament.
Nicolas Cage must use his particular set of skills to rescue his daughter from the trunk of a taxi cab in the upcoming action flick, Stolen, directed by Simon West.
Stallone leaves the other Expendables behind for Bullet to the Head where he teams up with Sung Kang, of the Fast & Furious movies, to find the man (Jason Momoa) who murdered his hitman partner.
Arnold returns to the big screen in a starring role in next year’s The Last Stand, directed by Korean director Kim Jee-Woon, as a small town sheriff who is the last chance to stop a vicious drug lord who is trying to escape to Mexico.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena are LAPD partners who are trying to take down a vicious drug cartel in End of Watch.
Cinemax is trying to get into the original series game with blood and sex filled action shows, like last season’s Strike Back and now the upcoming show based on The Transporter series.
The remake of Red Dawn has been delayed for what seems like forever but is finally seeing the light of day this Thanksgiving.
Clint Eastwood is back in front of the camera in Trouble with the Curve, where he plays a veteran baseball scout on a trip to check out an up and coming player and possibly repair his relationship with his daughter (Amy Adams), who is along for the trip.
Kathryn Bigelow is looking to show how the Navy SEALs takedown of Osama bin Laden actually went down with Zero Dark Thirty, coming out this December.
Brad Pitt stars as a mob enforcer in Killing Them Softly, who is called in to investigate the theft of $100,000 from a mob poker game.