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Posted 22 August 2010 - 23:59
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Posted 31 August 2010 - 02:31
I want a sequel NOW.
Bring on number 2!
You are going to get a sequel....
I totally enjoyed this movie!! I kick arse movie that deserves a sequel!
Stallone explained his plans for a sequel by saying "I have an idea ready to go" and "I'm going to try to do something that's quite radical". In an interview on August 15, 2010, he said that he does not have a new script yet, but "It's plotted out in my mind's eye".Stallone announced that after having dinner with Bruce Willis, he was courting the actor to take on a larger role in the sequel, possibly as a "super villain".
Jean-Claude Van Damme should stop bitching because he never made movies where his character has substance.
Jean-Claude Van Damme was personally offered a role by Stallone, but turned it down because he felt there was no substance to the character. Stallone said that Van Damme told him that he should "be trying to save people in South Central." Dolph Lundgren was then cast as Jensen.
The role of Hale Caesar was initially conceived as a role for Stallone's Demolition Man co-star Wesley Snipes, but later rewritten for Forest Whitaker. Due to a scheduling conflict prior to filming, Whitaker was then replaced by 50 Cent before the part of Hale Caesar finally went to former NFL player Terry Crews.
Steven Seagal was asked to make a cameo appearance, but turned down the offer due to negative experiences with producer Avi Lerner.
By May 2009, the script had undergone a number of rewrites. Stallone's Demolition Man co-star Sandra Bullock was rumored to have a role in the film, but revealed that she did not even know about the project. Despite the news, she did express interest in working in another action film and would have liked to appear in the film, depending on the storyline.
The role of the man who hires the Expendables, Mr. Church, was difficult to cast. Schwarzenegger was offered that role, but instead appeared as fellow mercenary leader Trench. The role was then offered to Kurt Russell, whose agent replied that he was not interested in "ensemble acting at the moment." Stallone spent several months after principal photography determined to find a big action name for the part. Rumors suggested that the role had been offered to friend and fellow former Planet Hollywood co-owner Bruce Willis, who was busy filming Cop Out. Willis's casting as Mr. Church was confirmed by August 2009, as was the fact that he would appear in a scene with both Stallone and Schwarzenegger.
The line said by Stallone and ths smile on Schwarzenegger's face is win.
Loved the part with Schwarzenegger
Dolph Lundgren's gun and Terry Crews's gun were just
and at the end with the automatic shotgun.
Posted 31 August 2010 - 03:03
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Posted 10 September 2010 - 14:46
Posted 13 September 2010 - 16:16
Lets face it: Who hasnt wanted to see Jackie Chan and Jet Li go at it?
Posted 29 September 2010 - 09:43
Terry Crews AA12 = MW2 AA12 Extended Mags, talk about clearing a room lol
Posted 29 September 2010 - 11:48
that was amazing!
I loved this film delivered on its purpose imo
Posted 29 September 2010 - 11:57
Posted 29 September 2010 - 12:04
Posted 29 September 2010 - 12:27
Near the end of this movie I was left thinking(with what little part of my brain was functional) that if any more awesome stuff happens on screen my head might explode!