"Expendables 4" Is Bigger: Hulk Hogan As The Villain With Champ Manny Pacquiao and Hindi Action Star Salman Khan To Cast
"Expendables 4" is on the move to start some progress. Producer Sylvester Stallone has been scouting for new additional cast to make the movie bigger and redeem the "Expendables 3" in its failure to showcase action and strong and aggressive masculine pride.
Rumor has it that Stallone is looking at WWE legend Hulk Hogan to cast as the villain for the sequel. It was not confirmed from the production of the franchise but Hogan himself stated that he's been talking to Stallone recently about possibly taking part in the new installment of the famous franchise. According to Hogan, he will be playing the bad guy in the new film. They are on the process of finding a way to transform him into the most villainous person in the world that the cinema has showcased in a very long time.
"Expendables 4" may also feature new cast members and one of them is the Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquaio. It was reported that Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger have invited Pacquiao to join "Expendables 4," and the sports hero is purportedly paying attention and eager about "Expendables 4."
Another possible action star to watch for in the fourth sequel is the Bollywood actor Salman Khan. In a series of Tweets, Stallone has suggested to the Hindi artist to work on an action film with him. "Maybe the new Expendables" Stallone asked Khan. There was no report of Khan responding to the invitation, contrary to Jackie Chan's abrupt turning down of Stallone's offer to cast the legendary martial artist actor in the "Expendables 4"
Meanwhile, the Expendables veteran Jason Statham has expressed his desire to claim his spot on the fourth film. He uttered his admiration with Stallone and the honor and pleasure of working with the Rocky. Alongside Statham, co-actors Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Statham, Terry Crews and Mickey Rourke debuted "The expendables" in 2010.
The franchise has been successful in general but in the third installment was a major catastrophe. Despite huge names in the roster like Ronda Rousey, Wesley Snipes, Mel Gibson and Antonio Banderas, "The Expendables 3" struggled in the box office only earning $206 million worldwide.