Sylvester Stallone's BULLET TO THE HEAD Pulled From Schedule
Fans will have to wait to see Sylvester Stallone on screen again. Deadline reports that Warner Bros. has pulled Bullet To The Head from its release schedule, and it will not be released on April 13 as originally planned. The film is from Joel Silver’s Dark Castle, and Warner Bros. is only distributing and marketing the film. Since it's not a studio-produced movie, it's easier for Warner Bros. to move its release. This is likely a smart move, since that release date is already crowded. Fox’s The Three Stooges and Lionsgate’s The Cabin In The Woods are both scheduled for that weekend.
Bullet is directed by Walter Hill and based on a French graphic novel. The story centers on "a hitman (Stallone) who forms an alliance with a cop to exact revenge on the killer of their respective partners." The cast also includes Jason Momoa, Sung Kang and Christian Slater. The good news for Stallone fans is that The Expendables 2 is slated for release on April 17.
This makes sense--I don't think that the world can handle two Stallone movies back-to-back. What movie are you looking forward to more, Bullet to the Head or The Expendables 2?