“After the third take of taking body blows, I felt a burning in my chest, but ignored it,” Stallone previously told “Ain’t It Cool” News.“Later that night I couldn’t breathe very well, and they took me to the emergency room …The destruction of Shanghai by a meteorite forces the government to reveal the asteroid's existence, as well as their plan.The shuttles are launched and arrive at the space station, where its sole cosmonaut Lev Andropov helps with refueling.“I don’t want to pick up kicking too early but I’m much better off than I was for the past three to four years, when I couldn’t do too much.” The “Rocky IV” star is currently training to reprise his role as Russian fighting machine Ivan Drago in “Creed 2,” having just signed his new contract last week.He’s looking forward to getting back in the ring and revealed that Sylvester Stallone packed a meaner punch than Carl Weathers, who starred as Apollo Creed. Weathers was all about speed and jabs,” he explained. I was actually pretty surprised at how well Sly could fight. He was really committed.” Still, some of Lundgren’s learning curve took a toll on Stallone, now 71.Armageddon is a 1998 American science fiction disaster film directed by Michael Bay, produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and released by Touchstone Pictures.The film follows a group of blue-collar deep-core drillers sent by NASA to stop a gigantic asteroid on a collision course with Earth.
Many people that have car accidents die like this when the steering wheel slams into their chest.
It stars Bruce Willis and an ensemble cast comprising, Ben Affleck, Billy Bob Thornton, Liv Tyler, Owen Wilson, Will Patton, Peter Stormare, William Fichtner, Michael Clarke Duncan, Keith David, and Steve Buscemi.
Armageddon opened in theaters two and a half months after the similar asteroid impact-based film Deep Impact which starred Robert Duvall and Morgan Freeman.
Harry insists he will need his full team to help execute NASA's plan, and they agree to help but only after their list of unusual rewards are met.
NASA plans to launch two specialized Space Shuttle orbiters, the X-71s, Freedom and Independence, to increase the chances of success; the shuttles will refill with liquid oxygen from the 11-year-old Russian space station Mir (which is modified to have artificial gravity by rotating on itself) before making a slingshot maneuver around the Moon to approach the asteroid from behind.