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The Expendables 4.

Mason

Well-Known Member
#4
Here we go again...
My words exactly. But hey, if the press asks Steven he will have to answer them, and ofcourse people will post it when he talks about it. I still hope he will do it, but I'm still not expecting it what so ever ..
 

supertom

Disgruntled fan!
#8
I just have a feeling movie politics will keep getting in the way of Seagal becoming an Expendable. There's the Avi Lerner issue, and though Lerner will always think of the money first, even if he swallows his pride and makes a firm offer, the bad blood still remains. Plus there's a lot of MMA folk involved in the cast now, and a lot of ill-feeling toward Seagal from that community.
Then of course you've got Seagal's ego to contend with. Would he happily take a bit part, or would he want a significant role? Would he want to change to much of his character, the script etc. He's not always easy to work with.
I hope it happens. He'd make a really good villain.
 

rastafari

Well-Known Member
#9
I have said many times I am not bothered either way if he becomes involved in the Expendables franchise(less so now that its pg-13) however if he was to be in it he has to be one of the good guys....Whats the point of Seagal being there if he gets no fight scenes(Except the one he will lose at the end)

I would much prefer Seagal to one of the expendables but maybe in a small role or do his own thing.
 

JoshStern

Active Member
#12
Do you think the violence got in the way of the moral message in films such as On Deadly Ground?

No. I think films should reflect real life… and, you know, I don’t have to be doing this interview, I don’t care about doing this interview. I really don’t. So, if the questions are going to be like that, I probably won’t continue because they’re not giving me the impression that this is going the way I want it to go…

How would you like it to go?

Well, it’s not my interview, it’s your interview! I’m telling you, I don’t really love the tone so far.

What an asshole, seriously Steven Seagal really treats that interviewer like dirt and he should just be glad that anybody still want to interview his fat ass.
 

DiDa

Super Moderator
Staff member
#13
Do you think the violence got in the way of the moral message in films such as On Deadly Ground?

No. I think films should reflect real life… and, you know, I don’t have to be doing this interview, I don’t care about doing this interview. I really don’t. So, if the questions are going to be like that, I probably won’t continue because they’re not giving me the impression that this is going the way I want it to go…

How would you like it to go?

Well, it’s not my interview, it’s your interview! I’m telling you, I don’t really love the tone so far.

What an asshole, seriously Steven Seagal really treats that interviewer like dirt and he should just be glad that anybody still want to interview his fat ass.
You know how he is when he is not in the mood....:D
 

Mason

Well-Known Member
#17
I would rather want Seagal in EX4 than MJW. But I dont think Seagal will be up for it. But hey, MJW is also (like i said before) an great martial artist and cool on screen. So yeah, go for it Sly and MJW.:):cool: