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The Film That Nearly United Arnie, Stallone & Willis Before Expendables

Burn, Hollywood, Burn was written by Basic Instinct’s Joe Eszterhas and is a parody of studio moviemaking and revolves around a filmmaker attempting to disown a terrible action movie he helmed that was taken over by producers. The issue is, the director – played by Eric Idle – is actually named Alan Smithee, which was also the Guild-approved pseudonym, meaning he can’t technically take his name off it. An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn is a terrible comedy that bombed at the box office and is now only really notable for causing the DGA to retire the “Alan Smithee” name entirely. The movie within a movie Trio was written to feature Arnie, Stallone and Willis as the A-list stars, but only Stallone ended up taking part, with Whoopi Goldberg and Jackie Chan filling in the other roles.

Stallone recalled his involvement during an AICN Q&A in 2006, stating he was tricked by his agent into appearing. Eszterhas – who was a major screenwriter during this era – was threatening to leave his agency, which Stallone was also part of and he was told by his agent that Arnold and Willis had committed to appear in Burn Hollywood Burn too. According to Stallone, “Going on his word, I showed up on the set at about 7:30 only to find the other two parts were being played by Jackie Chan and Whoopi Goldberg. I think that’s the night my hair began falling out from stress.”

While some viewers were disappointed that The Expendables union of Schwarzenegger, Stallone and Willis – who all killed Robert Patrick onscreen – only amounted to a brief, action-free dialogue scene, that’s still better than anything An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn would have offered, which doesn’t raise a single laugh over its runtime.


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The Film That Nearly United Arnie, Stallone & Willis Before Expendables

Burn, Hollywood, Burn was written by Basic Instinct’s Joe Eszterhas and is a parody of studio moviemaking and revolves around a filmmaker attempting to disown a terrible action movie he helmed that was taken over by producers. The issue is, the director – played by Eric Idle – is actually named Alan Smithee, which was also the Guild-approved pseudonym, meaning he can’t technically take his name off it. An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn is a terrible comedy that bombed at the box office and is now only really notable for causing the DGA to retire the “Alan Smithee” name entirely. The movie within a movie Trio was written to feature Arnie, Stallone and Willis as the A-list stars, but only Stallone ended up taking part, with Whoopi Goldberg and Jackie Chan filling in the other roles.

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Stallone recalled his involvement during an AICN Q&A in 2006, stating he was tricked by his agent into appearing. Eszterhas – who was a major screenwriter during this era – was threatening to leave his agency, which Stallone was also part of and he was told by his agent that Arnold and Willis had committed to appear in Burn Hollywood Burn too. According to Stallone, “Going on his word, I showed up on the set at about 7:30 only to find the other two parts were being played by Jackie Chan and Whoopi Goldberg. I think that’s the night my hair began falling out from stress.”
While some viewers were disappointed that The Expendables union of Schwarzenegger, Stallone and Willis – who all killed Robert Patrick onscreen – only amounted to a brief, action-free dialogue scene, that’s still better than anything An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn would have offered, which doesn’t raise a single laugh over its runtime.

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The Film That Nearly United Arnie, Stallone & Willis Before Expendables

Burn, Hollywood, Burn was written by Basic Instinct’s Joe Eszterhas and is a parody of studio moviemaking and revolves around a filmmaker attempting to disown a terrible action movie he helmed that was taken over by producers. The issue is, the director – played by Eric Idle – is actually named Alan Smithee, which was also the Guild-approved pseudonym, meaning he can’t technically take his name off it. An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn is a terrible comedy that bombed at the box office and is now only really notable for causing the DGA to retire the “Alan Smithee” name entirely. The movie within a movie Trio was written to feature Arnie, Stallone and Willis as the A-list stars, but only Stallone ended up taking part, with Whoopi Goldberg and Jackie Chan filling in the other roles.

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Stallone recalled his involvement during an AICN Q&A in 2006, stating he was tricked by his agent into appearing. Eszterhas – who was a major screenwriter during this era – was threatening to leave his agency, which Stallone was also part of and he was told by his agent that Arnold and Willis had committed to appear in Burn Hollywood Burn too. According to Stallone, “Going on his word, I showed up on the set at about 7:30 only to find the other two parts were being played by Jackie Chan and Whoopi Goldberg. I think that’s the night my hair began falling out from stress.”
While some viewers were disappointed that The Expendables union of Schwarzenegger, Stallone and Willis – who all killed Robert Patrick onscreen – only amounted to a brief, action-free dialogue scene, that’s still better than anything An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn would have offered, which doesn’t raise a single laugh over its runtime.

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#Film #United #Arnie #Stallone #Willis #Expendables


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