Aug. 05 - The latest celebrity news including Sylvester Stallone readies latest invasion of the ''Expendables'' in London. John Russell reports.
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Sylvester Stallone along with his aging team of action hero stars arrived in London on Monday (August 04) for the world premiere launch of "The Expendables 3."
The latest mission brings most of the team of the previous films back together - with the exception of Bruce Willis who quit following a public fall-out with Stallone - and this time around there are the additions of more stars like Mel Gibson and Wesley Snipes.
"The Expendables 3" begins its global roll-out on August 13.
Difficult times for actress Kristin Chenoweth who's asking for prayers. The 46-year-old star tweeted that she's suffering a health problem that's limited her movement and has caused numbness in her arm.
The Tony and Emmy winner was seriously hurt two years ago on set after a light fixture fell on her, and People magazine reports that the current issues may be related to her previous neck injury and is not serious.
A tale of death and betrayal played out at the United Nations on Monday (August 4) and it had nothing to do with the issues of global conflict.
Rather, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre performed "Hamlet" just down the hall from the U.N. Security Council as part of its bid to put on the play in every country in the world.
Shakespeare's well known tragedy was first performed around 1600.
The Globe Theatre squad of 12 actors has just started the Americas leg of the tour after performing in northern Europe, the Balkans and the Baltics.
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