Dolph: Expendables sequel an option
Published 04/08/2010 | 10:08
Dolph Lundgren has hinted we could see a sequel to The Expendables if fans like the first movie.
"I suppose there is a certain risk of that if it does well," the actor admitted at the film's Hollywood premiere.
The Universal Soldier star said teaming up with Sylvester Stallone had been his main motivation for returning to the big screen.
"I read the script, I thought it was a great character, and I wanted to work with Stallone again," he explained on the red carpet., before joking: "Then everybody else in the action business ended up being in the film!"
Dolph and Sly were last on screen together in Rocky IV, back in 1985.
"It was 25 years the last time, he hasn't changed much," Dolph said. "He's got a bit older, but he still trains every day. I haven't been in a big film for 15 years so for me it's a new experience.
"I've directed a few small movies so for me it's fun to watch him as a director working," he said.
"[Sly] knows every little detail about the script, shots, he's tough on the actors including me. If you don't do it right you'll know it. It was a pleasure to work with him," he told reporters.