Sylvester Stallone wraps up the filming of ‘The expendables 4’, bids farewell to the series

Sylvester Stallone


Sylvester Stallone said in a statement, “it’s time to be movin’ on” from Brandy Ross and the fast-paced action world of “The Expendables”.

The 75-year-old actor took to Instagram and made an announcement that he has finished shooting his scenes for the expendables 4, and with that he will be heading further to “the good ol’ US of A’ tomorrow in which he says that it is a “bittersweet”, wrap up of the newest installment in the Expendables franchise. The 75-year-old even went on to say that though he might have built a deep involvement with this project for the past 12 years, now he is fully ready to pass on the baton into the capable hands of Jason. 

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With this we can say that the film has still had a bit of shooting left before it is set for release in 2022, and with that, it even confirms that Stallone won’t be returning, and for that reason should there be another installment down the line, but if that happens then it is possible that we can possibly see Statham’s character, Lee Christmas will take over. The much-awaited “The Expendables4”, will witness the power-packed star cast comprising of familiar faces such as Dolph Lundgren and Randy Couture and along with that, it will have new faces which includes Megan Fox, Tony Jaa, 50 Cent and Andy Garcia. 

In the Instagram post by Stallone, he is seen speaking about his experience in shooting films by saying that: “The greatest thing is being able to provide films and entertainment and maybe there’s a little message in there because what I try to convey in my successful films is the human touch, the bond. Not so much the action, the action is self-evident, but just relating to the audience in a way they can identify with whatever the mission is with the characters at hand.” He further goes on to say that “the hard part” is making sure there is enough “heart, energy, and humor” in each of his pieces. Although it is a sad moment for the fans of the expendables franchise as it will be really an upset moment to see Sly go, he bids farewell with some motivated and encouraging words that he will be “getting ready to accept the next challenge”.   


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