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Sylvester Stallone Gives A Hint To The Possibility Of Demolition Man 2

Movie Demolition Man 2

If true, this is the first heard of a new Demolition Man 2 movie coming out by Warner Bros. It’s also a big surprise, regarding several years ago it was published the director Sylvester Stallone was demanding Warner Bros. for intentionally hiding international profits Demolition Man made. They must have settled the argument.

If you don’t recall, Demolition Man got released in 1993, was delivered by Marco Brambilla and starred Sylvester Stallone, Sandra Bullock, and Wesley Snipes. It’s about the well-decorated LAPD police officer deputy the artist John Spartan plays the role of Sylvester Stallone brought back from suspended animation to help a non-violent society fight back against an ultra-violet criminal, Simon Phoenix plays the role of Wesley Snipes.

Sylvester Stallone For New Project

It is surprising, to say the last, that a Demolition 2 could be coming our way. The original Demolition Man received essentially lukewarm reviews survey from experts and hasn’t exactly aged too well, either. The actor Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes are great, but the overall movie is a little heavy-handed. The hero Sylvester Stallone, for his part, is busy as ever, working on several other projects.

Right now, Sylvester Stallone is shooting for the superhero movie called Samaritan, about a young child looking for a superhero that disappeared 20 years earlier. He recently posted a bearded photo of himself on set, looking more unfavorable for wear. Assuming Sylvester Stallone hadn’t misspoken, the idea of Demolition Man 2 is pretty exciting, especially if they’re able to improve on the first and can bring back Wesley Snipes to play Simon Phoenix. We’ll be sure to keep you updated as this story continues to unfold.

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Kane Dane

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