Lionsgate Says New "Power Rangers" Film Could Lead To Multiple Sequels
Terry Crews is game for another “Expendables” movie, as long as Sylvester Stallone still wants to produce a sequel.
“He’s got a lot more choices now,” the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” actor told Collider at the VES Awards, “and my thing is, really, whether he wants to do it or not. Because if he wants to do it, I’m in, like, there’s no stopping me. It’s really up to Sly, because this is his baby, his creation, and if he wants to do another one, I’m in.”
Stallone, whom Crews refers to as a mentor and “my dad in this business,” just earned his first Golden Globe for his acclaimed performance in the “Rocky” spinoff “Creed,” and his considered a favorite to win an Academy Award.
Despite a lukewarm reception for “The Expendables 3,” it was reported in October that Lionsgate intended to shoot a sequel sometime this year for release in 2017. Since then, there’s been little talk about the franchise.
However, if Crews hasn’t heard anything yet about “The Expendables 4,” it’s tough to imagine cameras rolling anytime soon.