Tag: Lethal Weapon

Danny Glover Talks Lethal Weapon 5 – Is He Too Old For This S**t?

I never thought a Lethal Weapon 5 would happen. Not so long after Lethal Weapon 4, not after all the drama with Mel Gibson, surely the actors are too old now to come back to

More Talk Of Lethal Weapon 5 Hits The Rumor Mill

More talk of a new installment into the buddy cop franchise, Lethal Weapon. The popular series of movies starred Mel Gibson and Danny Glover, Joe Pesci was added to the cast in the second film.

Damon Wayans Is Leaving Lethal Weapon TV Series

The Lethal Weapon TV series only just dealt with one big casting SNAFU when they kicked off Clayne Crawford from the production. This came following allegations of misconduct, with Crawford pretty much being painted as

Is Lethal Weapon 5 Still A Possibility? Director Richard Donner Thinks So!

We keep hearing Lethal Weapon 5 is a possibility, only to have it confirmed that it will never happen again and again. How quick will this article be null and void? Let us see what

Lethal Weapon: Seann William Scott Replaces Clayne Crawford As New Character

After the firing of Clayne Crawford from the Lethal Weapon TV show, the question was how the series could continue. Would they recast his character, Martin Riggs, originally played by Mel Gibson in the films?

Alternative Movie Holiday Survival Guide — How To Get Through The Season

It’s almost Christmas holiday season folks and we here at LRM like many of our readers enjoy watching old movies at this time of year. Below is a holiday movie planner to suit every situation

Lethal Weapon 5: Why Richard Donner Decided It Was Finally Time For The Sequel

Have you heard the news? Riggs and Murtaugh may finally be returning to the big screen! And, as much as I enjoy Clayne Crawford and Damon Wayans for their fairly good tribute to the original

Original Lethal Weapon Team Could Return For A New Film

According to Deadline another sequel to the action/buddy cop franchise Lethal Weapon is being considered. In on the talks are stars Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and the director of the original film, Richard Donner. Donner would return