Stallone Updates on The Expendables 3: No Steven Seagal, Possibly Jackie Chan


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In case you weren’t sure, yes, Sylvester Stallone is indeed doing another “Expendables” movie. Although the sequel fell a bit short of the original in terms of domestic box office, it actually did better than the original in overseas ticket sales. Overall, the sequel actually performed better than the first movie by about $25 million, though of course you have to factor in the fact that the sequel cost about $20 million more.

In any case, with those kinds of box office numbers, you bet your ass Stallone is moving forward on an “Expendables 3″. The writer/producer/director/star recently went on Twitter and in a fresh round of tweets, updated fans on the status of “The Expendables 3″. This is quite the treat, as Stallone tends to go MONTHS without tweeting anything at all. In fact, he went quiet for almost 6 months before returning with some tweets about “Grudge Match”, his upcoming boxing film with Robert De Niro.

As to “The Expendables 3″, Stallone dropped 4 tweets in a roll, apparently while writing the script to “The Expendables 3″:

In summation: Steven Seagal’s out, but Jackie Chan may still be in. Plus, expect smart-aleck 20-something roles in the upcoming sequel, including one for a hot 20-something actress.

Via : Twitter

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  • Juggernaut

    Jackie Chan would be a cool addition. Still waiting for Wesley Snipes to get in on the action (is he out of prison yet???). I’d like to see Gina Carano cast as the female character mentioned. She definately fits that bill.

  • Dedpool

    Gina Carano definitely. I want to see Antonio Banderas as the bad guy, with Batista and Michael Jai White as his muscle. I want to see Marc Dacascos as a rebel leader and former Expendable that calls on the group for help through Jackie Chan, his father figure and mentor.