Bryan Friedman couldnâ€™t understand his fatherâ€™s bodybuilding obsession. So he decided to make a movie about it. His documentary, The Bodybuilder and I, recently screened at the Toronto HotDocs Film Festival, where it won the Best Canadian Feature Documentary Award for 2007.
Terminating Emissions â€œThe muscle guys, they have this thing: ‘I don’t want to be seen in the little, feminine car’.” Couldnâ€™t have said it better myself.
Keep an eye out for bodybuilder and 4 X Mr Olympia Runner-up, Kevin Levrone in his up-an-coming new flick, Redline, directed by Andy Cheng (End Game). Redline is a high-octane car-racing thriller, involving crunched metal, burnt rubber and curvaceous women. Levrone plays a classy hit man.
Russell Crowe is well known for starring in physical, muscular films about super-human yet vulnerable heroes. So it’s no wonder that for his directorial debut, he’s plunged his designer boots into similar terrain.
Strange Days (1995), directed by Kathryn Bigelow (K-19: The Widow-maker) from a James “Terminator” Cameron script features some kick-ass female fighting action.
Sal Marinello is an accredited NJ Personal Trainer and High School Football Coach. Just don’t talk to him about bodybuilders. “Bodybuilders are not athletes,” Sal writes. “They know nothing about athletics or athletes, and should be kept as far away as possible from legitimate athletes.
In the unraveling saga of his disastrous Australian junket, Silvester Stallone’s now officially busted for allegedly importing 48 vials of Jintropin into Australia. He won’t have to appear in court but they’ll slap a fine on his buns of steel, you can bet on that. What were you thinking, Sly? According to the SMH, the…