You'll want to get in the ring for this Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro comedy. Prizes include a gym kit, an activity tracker, and a deluxe duffle bag.
Peter Segal directs this comedy about two retired boxing rivals that enter the ring for one last grudge match. Watch it in theaters Christmas day.
Plus, Alan Arkin gets his own one-sheet for this boxing comedy. Check out the hired help as Stallone and De Niro go against each other in the ring.
It's a rivalry 30 years in the making. Watch the Raging Bull go up against Rocky in theaters this Christmas.
The actor squares off with Robert De Niro in a Battle For the Ages. Director Peter Segal's boxing comedy hits theaters on Christmas Day.
The legendary actor comes out swinging as pugilist Billy 'The Kid' McDonnen. Christmas Day become Grudgement Day when this boxing comedy hits theaters.
Sylvester Stallone and Robert de Niro square off in this upcoming boxing comedy. Kevin Hart and Alan Arkin co-star in this Christmas Day release.
Sylvester Stallone goes toe-to-toe with Robert De Niro in this comedy about two boxing legends who come out of retirement one last time.
Kevin Hart, Alan Arkin and Jon Bernthal co-star in director Peter Segal's comedy about two retired boxers who agree to one final fight.
Kevin Hart co-stars in director Peter Segal's comedy about two aging boxers who come out of retirement for one final fight.
Relativity Media has also moved the date on Carlo Carlei's Shakespearean adaptation Romeo and Juliet to October 11th.
The studio has also shifted Peter Segal's upcoming sports drama Grudge Match to January 10, 2014 from November 15, 2013.
The acting icons star as aging boxers who decide to take on one last bout in this sports comedy from director Peter Segal.
Lionsgate has set a January 10, 2014 release date for its upcoming thriller Ghosts.
The Walking Dead alum will play Robert De Niro's son in this comedy about two retired boxers who strap on their gloves for one last fight.
Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone star as two aging boxers who come out of retirement for one final fight.
The boxing comedy would have the two action stars facing off as two retired boxers.
Tim Kelleher's script deals with two aging boxers who are lured back into the ring for a rematch 50 years after their first title fight.