Geek & Sci-Fi
I didn't make a huge fuss when Rampage Jackson won the part of B.
This is the first official picture of the new A-Team; Brad Cooper as Faceman Peck, Rampage Jackson as B.
The latest from the set of the A-Team movie is this fluff piece from Entertainment Tonight.
(In retrospect, "Cutie McPretty" wasn't the most intimidating nickname) The last we heard about Rampage playing BA Baracus in the A-Team movie, The Sun had reported he'd been cast, then his publicist denied it.
Folks, if you're standing you'd better sit, and if you're bareheaded, you better put on a hat so you can hold the F onto it: it turns out British tabloids aren't reliable sources of information.
If you caught The Ultimate Fighter finale on Saturday night like I did, you probably remember Joe Rogan interviewing Kevin James and his gay TapouT hat (way to go, fatass, you're totally hardcore now) about his new movie, Paul Blart: Mall Cop.
I haven't posted a UFC-star crossover movie in a while now, but fear not because Never Surrender is here, and it looks almost as good as Beyond the Ring.
What you see above is a clip from Cyborg Soldier, in which former UFC Middleweight Champ Rich Franklin plays, you guessed it, a cyborg soldier.
Last month, former UFC Light Heavyweight champ Rampage Jackson ran from the police, sideswiping a car, narrowly missing pedestrians, driving on the wrong side of the road, and other assorted reckless crap.
Former UFC light-heavyweight champ Quinton "Rampage" Jackson's recent reckless driving arrest was a source of great hilarity at the time, what with all the sidewalk- and median-driving in a monster truck adorned with the visage of Rampage himself.