The Expendables 4 are coming. Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, 50 Cent, Megan Fox are the stars of the show

The Expendables will return with one more production packed with stars. Lionsgate and Millenium Media have confirmed the preparation of the film, in which we will see, among others, Jason Statham and Sylvester Stallone. Get to know the first details of the production.

Lionsgate and Millenium intend to provide one more production packed with famous actors. The “Expendables” will return and the latest film will be directed by Scott Waugh, who previously worked on, inter alia, “Need for Speed”. Work on the set will start in October.

Spenser Cohen (“Doom”) wrote the screenplay, and Max Adams and John Joseph Connolly worked on the corrections. Currently, all the details about the events are secret, but again the action will focus on a group of veterans-mercenaries.

It has already been confirmed that Jason Statham, Dolph Lundgren, Randy Couture and Sylvester Stallone will appear on the screen. who starred in the three previous editions and of course in the new part will play the role of famous heroes.

In “The Expendable 4” we will also see Curtis “50” Jackson, Tony Jaa and Megan Fox – it is worth adding that the former star of the series “Transfermers” received the female lead role in the show.

Jason Constantine, president of acquisitions and co-productions at Lionsgate Motion Picture Group, announces a spectacular action:

“It’s so much fun getting these stars together to make an action movie with no limits. The new production will raise the stakes and will be the biggest, most badass adventure to date. “

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