Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. It seemed odd that Warner Bros hasn't released a trailer or much of anything on Sylvester Stallone's action flick BULLET TO THE HEAD, so it doesn't come as much surprise that they've pulled the film from its April 13th release date (per Deadline).
Stallone and Jason Mamoa being in an action flick together is pretty cool, but the real reason I'm psyched for this movie is it marks the return to feature directing from one Walter Hill. It's been 10 years since he turned in a feature (granted in that time he also directed for the awesome Deadwood for HBO) and this man has earned a Woody Allen-like blank check. The man who brought us 48 Hours, Southern Comfort, The Warriors, The Driver, Brewster's Millions, The Long Riders and Last Man Standing should have a movie coming out every year. I didn't even touch on his writing and producing outings on things like Tales From the Crypt, Alien and The Getaway.
Bullet to the Head will find release, I'm sure, they just didn't want to put it up against Cabin in the Woods and The Three Stooges... well, I'm sure WB has seen the Stooges trailer, so probably just Cabin in the Woods.
So, that's the update. No new date set. Here's a picture of Stallone blocking an axe blow: