'Expendables 4' Movie Casting News: The next "Expendables" movie is still a while away, but Jason Stratham is getting impatient.
"Working with Sylvester Stallone is beyond a pinch yourself moment," Stratham recently told IGN.
"I remember growing up watching his films. And to be directed by him and to be in a movie that he's produced and to be shoulder to shoulder with Sly is a privilege any man who loves action movies would never turn their nose up at. I mean, it's terrific. I'll do as many as he wants."
"I just think it's a terrific franchise," Stratham told USA Today. "I told Sly to write another one or have someone else write another one. A really terrific story. Because I think it's a great idea to have an ensemble piece with that many action heroes in a movie. Especially if the comedy is really done well. It could be a great story. There's definitely room for another one."
A new Expendables mobile game will be coming from Lionsgate, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Lionsgate partnered with Millenium Films and Hong Kong-based game developer Fifth Journey to develop a "The Expendables" movie series game.
This won't be the first time The Expendables has been rendered playable. Four years ago, when "The Expendables 2″ opened, a video game based on the film was playable though the PC and the gaming consoles called "The Expendables 2: Deploy and Destroy."
Two years after "The Expendables 3," the free video game "The Expandabros," a hybrid of the video game "Broforce" and the movie "The Expendables 3," dropped.
Peter Levin, Lionsgate's head of interactive venture, and Eric Tan, the co-founder of Fifth Journey co-founder Eric Tan announced that the Expendables mobile game is good mix of a global franchise, and high-end technology.
Along with Statham and Stallone, "The Expendables 3" also starred Arnold Schwarzenegger, Wesley Snipes, Jet Li, Harrison Ford, Mel Gibson, Randy Couture, Terry Crews, Antonio Banderas and Dolph Lundgren.
Stallone has yet to confirm the release date and the cast of "The Expendables 4."