Legendary action stars Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are making a habit of working as a team. They joined forces for Stallone's popular action ensemble "The Expendables" as well as the upcoming "The Expendables 2."
They sat down recently with Entertainment Tonight to talk about their new project for Summit Entertainment, "The Tomb," as well as the ways they have seen the action genre shift and evolve over the years.
Take a look at the video interview and the synopsis for the film via Coming Soon below.
The Mikael Håfströmd-directed film follows Ray Breslin (Stallone), the world's foremost authority on structural security. He's analyzed nearly every high security prison. After being framed by persons unknown, all of Breslin's ingenuity and expertise are about to be put to work in the most challenging test he's ever faced: escaping from a high-tech prison facility that's design is based on his own protocols.
Schwarzenegger plays Emil Rottmayer, a complex inmate with multiple shades of gray. He's the guy who fights to keep the prisoners from losing their humanity in their darkest hour as they struggle together to stay alive.
Exactly. And on a scale of 1-10, Marvel is violent but it's not over-the-top. No more violent than WWF wrestling anyway.
Having said that, this movie should be quite bloody if they stick to the comics, with his claws and the samurai swords and shurikens. Having said that, it wasn't anything I couldn't handle at 8 years old.