Lionsgate TV and CBS TV Studios are developing an event series based on the action-movie franchise, with Sylvester Stallone on board as executive producer.
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The Expendables 3 officially announces the start of production, confirming the additions of Wesley Snipes, Antonio Banderas, Mel Gibson and Harrison Ford. However, there’s no mention of Jackie Chan, Nic Cage or Milla Jovovich.
Mel Gibson and Antonio Banderas have signed on to play roles in The Expendables 3 from co-writer Sylvester Stallone and director Patrick Hughes.
The Expendables 3 star Sylvester Stallone has revealed via Twitter that Bruce Willis has left the cast of the action movie sequel to be replaced by Harrison Ford.
Jackie Chan has confirmed his involvement in The Expendables 3, and says he likes the idea of the film being a buddy team-up with Sylvester Stallone.
Despite a widely circulated report, Sylvester Stallone says Nicolas Cage has not joined the ensemble cast of The Expendables 3.
Producer Adi Shankar has signed Haywire star Gina Carano for the ensemble cast of his still-untitled female take on The Expendables.
The Expendables producer Avi Lerner talks about bringing Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Nic Cage and a few more spoilery names in for a planned third installment of the action franchise.
Lionsgate CEO Jon Feltheimer is reportedly considering turning such hit movies RED and The Expendables into television series.
Lionsgate introduces the cast of The Expendables 2 with a dozen new character posters while Diamond Select Toys shows off their new MiniMates.