Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger will form the most badass action trio ever assembled in 'The Expendables,' Paris Hilton won't have to pay $8.3M to 'Pledge This!' filmmakers for allegedly not giving promotion of the film the old college try, Summit wants Mel Gibson's 'Beaver,' and more of today's top movie headlines. Three of the greatest, most badass action stars of all time -- Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger -- will share the big screen for the first time EVER in Stallone's upcoming 'The Expendables.' Willis has confirmed that he will join Sly and Ahnuld to shoot a cameo for the film, about mercenaries who team up to overthrow a South American dictator. Rambo, the Terminator and John McClane on-screen at the same time? Our heads are about to explode. [MTV.com]


Paris Hilton has dodge an $8.3M bullet. A judge has ruled that the actress/hotel heiress will not have to pay that hefty amount in damages to the receiver of a now-defunct entertainment firm that alleges Hilton failed to properly promote the 2006 flop 'Pledge This!' In his ruling the judge said that the film was "hardly destined for critical acclaim." Shocker! [PopEater]


Summit Entertainment is in advanced talks to pick up worldwide rights to director Jodie Foster's 'The Beaver,' a dark comedy that stars Mel Gibson as a depressed man (and Foster as his wife) who lifts his spirits by perpetually wearing a beaver hand puppet. Hey, whatever works. [Variety]


Rosario Dawson will star opposite Denzel Washington and Chris Pine in the Tony Scott-directed runaway train thriller 'Unstoppable.' Loosely inspired by real events, the film follows a veteran engineer (Washington) who hops aboard a locomotive with a young conductor (Pine) to chase down an unmanned runaway trained loaded with toxic cargo. [Variety]


Jon Hamm has just been 'Sucker Punch'-ed. The 'Mad Men' star has signed on to join a mostly female cast (Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie Chung, Jena Malone, Abbie Cornish and Carla Gugino) in '300' director Zack Snyder's 1950s-set action flick about girls who plot to escape from a mental institution before they're lobotomized. [The Hollywood Reporter]


Jaime King will star in a remake of the 1980 cult horror-thriller 'Mother's Day.' While the original followed three girls on a camping trip who are pursued by two brothers who engage in rape a murder to impress their psycho mom, the new version will update the premise so that the nefarious family returns to the house where they grew up to terrorize the new owners. [The Hollywood Reporter]


Neil LaBute has been tapped to write and direct an adaptation of 'The Burnt Orange Heresy,' Charles Willeford's novel about a corrupt Palm Beach art critic's wily attempts to score an interview with a legendary but reclusive French painter. [Variety]
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